For Higher Education, Nothing Matters More Than September
Residential colleges and universities are scrambling to finish the academic year online, fretting over next fall’s enrollment, and struggling with cash flow challenges. What terrifies so many higher education leaders is a scenario in which the coronavirus persists into late summer and campuses are not permitted to reopen next fall. If the Class of 2024 is forced to start its college career from home and an online, the impact will be cataclysmic.
Originally published: March 29, 2020
Author: Paul LeBlanc
Institution: Southern New Hampshire University
Published by: Forbes