As businesses and individuals across the globe struggle to deal with COVID-19 and make the necessary adjustments that are now part of society’s new normal, higher education institutions face distinct challenges moving forward. Schools are scrambling to determine whether campuses will be physically open for the fall semester. At the same time, they are dealing with students who are choosing to change their plans—leading to major decisions regarding refunds, remote learning opportunities, and more.
Public pressure to issue refunds for housing and tuition have resulted in hits to college budgets that will have lasting impacts. In the latest online edition of educationdive.com, Carlo Salerno, CampusLogic’s VP of Research weighs in on the pressure schools are under when it comes to potential lawsuits. Read more about his insights, as well those of other professionals in higher education in the complete article here.
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