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Round-Up: Coronavirus Crisis - April 28, 2020

April 28, 2020

Today’s top stories regarding the COVID-19 outbreak and higher education. Also, see NAICU's Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Resources webpage.
Harvard Will Reopen This Fall, Although Remote Learning May Continue, Provost Says (April 28, 2020)
As the Trump Administration Offers Relief, Pandemic-Stricken Colleges Ponder the Risks of Taking It
The Chronicle of Higher Education (April 28, 2020)
College Students Clamor for Tuition Refunds After Coronavirus Shutters Campuses
ABC (April 28, 2020)
Students, Union Say Stanford Refusing to Honor Pledge to Help Displaced Contract Workers
The Washington Post (April 28, 2020)
What If Colleges Don’t Reopen Until 2021?
The Atlantic (April 25, 2020)
More Cause for Concern About Fall Enrollment
Inside Higher Ed (April 28, 2020)
College Enrollment Likely to Drop as Schools Consider Staying Closed Until 2021 (April 28, 2020)
For Minnesota Colleges, Pandemic Brings Financial Reckoning and an Uncertain Fall Semester
Minneapolis Star-Tribune, MN (April 26, 2020)
Financial Crunch Looms for Colleges as Budgets, Enrollment Drop After Coronavirus
South Bend Tribune, IN (April 26, 2020)
Bay Area Private Colleges Brace for Downturn During Coronavirus Fallout
San Francisco Chronicle (April 26, 2020)
It’s Unclear Whether Connecticut Colleges Will Resume In-Person Classes in the Fall, Leaving Students and Parents in Limbo
Hartford Courant (April 26, 2020)
Will This Semester Forever Alter College? No, But Some Virtual Tools Will Stick Around
The Hechinger Report (April 28, 2020)
Coronavirus Bursts the US College Education Bubble - Opinion
Financial Times (April 26, 2020)