Students left in the dark as coronavirus forces college closures

Students left in the dark as coronavirus forces college closures

The coronavirus pandemic, which has infected more than 143,000 people across the United States and killed more than 2,000 in the country, has also thrown the life of students off balance. Students across the country are frustrated about a lack of coherence with respect to job opportunities and the possibility of graduating, as colleges across the country are closing due to the pandemic.

Shane Olson
Shane Olson 1 months

This is such a stupid idea, I’m a college student and from my experience my professors were able to convert their in person classes to online classes and most even use zoom so there are live lectures. How is it fair to hard working students like me who care about their GPAs to get grades the same as people who don’t. And how is it fair to pass someone who doesn’t deserve to pass

Tim S
Tim S 1 months

What does "pass" even mean if you didn't finish the education/training. It's unfortunate, but they're just going to have to put their education on hold if they want a legitimate degree, and the school cannot provide.

porcus 1 months

No, every student should not be passed unless they met the requirements. It's stupid decisions like this that has contributed to the dumbing down of the US. If schools could continue in the world wars then why can they not continue now?

eddy yetty
eddy yetty 1 months

%100 no, not at all. I'm not even sure how that would make sense.

Up 1 months

College degrees are basically worthless anyway. Especially if you can "pass" someone without them even finishing. Wow what a great "education" you're getting.😂

Based Haole
Based Haole 1 months

Should everyone get a participation trophy? No.

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