COVID-19's Impact On College Life
Many colleges and universities planned to have some kind of normal college experience this fall. But a little over a month into the semester, most students are taking class online.
To help students who are struggling, Ohio State has implemented a pass/no-pass option and extended the deadline to drop classes.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: How students, administrators and professors are dealing with the COVID semester
- Beth McMurtrie, senior writer, The Chronicle of Higher Education
- Amy Treboni, senior director of academic advising, The Ohio State University
- Roaya Higazi, president of Undergraduate Student Government, Ohio State University
- Noeleen McIlvenna, professor of American history, Wright State University and president of the Wright State chapter of the American Association of University Professors
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