Ohio State, the University of Virginia, and the University of Louisville are among a growing number of campuses where students have called for funds to be diverted to other purposes.
The New School calls it a âpainful but necessaryâ choice. Health workers say itâs retaliation for their unionizing.
The students hit hardest are transferring closer to home. If colleges want them back,Â theyâll need to repair a broken system.
The university said that while it faces serious financial pressures as a result of the pandemic, the intense focus on its endowment wealth could distract from relief efforts.
Students in remedial courses are more likely to struggle with virtual instruction. But a return to in-person classes is far from guaranteed.
Barred from clinics and work sites because of Covid-19, aspiring nurses, teachers, and auto technicians canât get enough on-the-job hours to graduate. The delays are squeezing their already limited resources.
The Covid-19 Student Service Corps mobilized more than 800 volunteers to man phone lines, teach classes, and help researchers.
President Jerry Falwell Jr. said it was safe to return to campus. Others called that view âreckless.â Students must decide what to believe.
The settlement resolves a dispute with former faculty members and students, who alleged that the university had defamed and retaliated against them for complaining about a tenured professorâs conduct.
The settlement resolves a dispute with former faculty members and students, who alleged that the university had defamed and retaliated against them for complaining about a tenured professor's conduct.