These students are fostering friendships and study groups without school.
That could be because many community college students need jobs to pay tuition.
COVID-19 and the ensuing economic crisis is putting even more pressure on low-income and first-generation college students.
Testing, tracing, quarantine, masks, social distancing and student compliance are prerequisites for controlling COVID-19 on campus.
Students may not be getting what they signed up for, but they're unlikely to get their money back.
U.S. policymakers may look to Europe for inspiration on reforming the higher education finance system.
Location is a big factor. And closing down this semester cost universities billions.
Dan Rosensweig, CEO of educational tech company Chegg, predicts COVID-19 will dramatically change higher education as we know it.
But with high unemployment and economic uncertainty will students want to take on loans?