As the coronavirus shut down businesses and other services across the country this spring, a bright spotlight shone on colleges and universities. Would campuses eventually reopen? How much money would colleges lose? And would students want to continue learning online?
The intervening months have offered some answers to those questions and raised many more.
College presidents contributing to our President Speaks series this year have opined about how those issues are affecting their campuses, and what may change as a result. Across the board, college executives are challenging their peers to be proactive in response to the pandemic. But the crisis and its impacts are still unfolding.
Read on to see what a dozen college leaders are saying.