After Greek schools shut down just days after reopening, Leah Voudouri PO ’24 contends that COVID-19 finds schools ill-prepared to reopen.
Following updated guidance from health officials, Harvey Mudd College announced Friday it would not reopen and hold all fall classes online.
The California Department of Public Health released interim guidance allowing institutions of higher education to reopen if local conditions allow.
LA County has released draft guidelines — pending guidance from the state — for the reopening of institutions of higher education.
Claremont McKenna College will hold all classes online for the coming fall semester, President Hiram Chodosh announced to students Friday. CMC is the fourth undergraduate Claremont College to announce a virtual semester, citing rising coronavirus cases in the region.
Some LA County colleges have begun to reconsider reopening their campuses. But three in four still plan to offer some sort of in-person instruction this fall.
Pitzer College announced it will be online-only for the fall semester, according to an email today from Pitzer president Melvin Oliver.
As the 5Cs discuss options for returning to campus, Aleja Hertzler-McCain PO ’21 urges them to consider marginalized communities nearby.
Harvey Mudd College plans to return to campus this fall in a hybrid format, pending approval from health officials as the coronavirus pandemic worsens in California.
Harvey Mudd College’s potential plans for fall reopening shocked many. But of all the colleges’ plans, Mudd’s are the best bet to avoid disaster.