When universities are set to resume in the fall of 2020, the pandemic will still be in full swing. Most college leaders are already playing out different scenarios. Could students continue online learning? Should dorms reopen? Is it better to delay the start of the school year?
Perhaps most importantly: If the college experience is really all about community, how can they adapt to a virtual world? And for families looking to send students to college, will the high cost of college be justified?
Tuesday on MPR News with Kerri Miller, the first of two shows about the future of college. First up: How colleges might abruptly change how they educate students. Next week: Is college worth the financial risk at this moment?
Angel Perez, vice president for enrollment and student Success at Trinity College and CEO-elect of the National Association for College Admissions Counseling
Brian Rosenberg, president of Macalester College
To listen to the full conversation you can use the audio player above.