Universities will always bounce back. Because that’s what they are made up of!
Also, interesting excerpts.
“At the University of California at San Diego, officials plan to offer recurring testing of students, faculty and staff, whether or not they have symptoms. Penn State University plans to use its 223-room Nittany Lion Inn, to quarantine students…
That’s the upside for large universities: They can draw on academic medical centers, expertise, and hefty budgets to craft plans during the pandemic. But small colleges have their own advantage ”
Beloit College in Wisconsin is splitting its fall semester, offering two classes in one block and two in the next… At Bowdoin College in Maine, they’re planning to have only their new students & a few others on campus this fall.
.. Roger Williams University in Rhode Island is offering students multiple choices, including living on campus or learning remotely, taking classes around a work schedule, and, with faculty guidance, earning credit for an internship, volunteer work, or research.”