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Some believe the campus closures caused by coronavirus pandemic could have a bigger impact on HBCUs than on other colleges and universities. (Gettyimages.com: Klaus Vedfelt)
During coronavirus campus closures, faculty teaching online learning can regularly survey students to gather ideas and identify challenges.
Colleges and universities closed by the coronavirus are making many online learning courses pass/fail to accommodate students who may face challenging connecting with instructors and focusing on their studies. (Andrew Neel/Unsplash)
Berea College in Kentucky is feeding local school district students during the coronavirus closure.
Many schools have switched to pass/fail to ease the transition online, but some undergraduates say allowing everyone to pass a course is the most equitable solution.
Graduates with associate's degrees and certificates can fill a range of cybersecurity posts, including as technicians, analysts and in operations centers. (gettyimages.com: Traitov)
Students who've shifted to distance learning at some highly selective college can choose to take pass/fail classes. (gettyimages.com: FG Trade)
Coronavirus has canceled or postponed spring graduation ceremonies at Florida's and California's state universities as several other major institutions.
The University of Kentucky has shift to remote and online instruction for the rest of the spring semester due to help stem the spread of coronavirus. (gettyimages.com:Andy Lyons /Staff)
Mansfield University of Pennsylvania waives its SAT and ACT test scores requirement for fall 2020 admissions as COVID-19 closes test sites.
With coronavirus canceling the traditional graduation ceremony, college leaders consider online alternatives or holing joint ceremonies with class of 2021.
Instructors unfamiliar with e-learning when a university or college is closed due to coronavirus can be brought up to speed quickly. (gettyimages.com: Laurence Dutton)
COVID-19 compels higher education to tell students head home for spring break and engage in distance learning for an extended and unknown length of time. (gettyimages.com: Philip Pacheco/Stringer)
Coronarvirus-related closures are emptying U.S. campuses as many schools move to online education. (Photo: Ryan Jacobson/Unsplash)
COVID-19 forces Harvard University to move to online education and ask students to stay home after spring break. (gettyimages.com: marvinh)
Stanford University, above, and several other major U.S. institutions has moved to online education as coronavirus continues to spread.
Classrooms at the University of Washington will be closed at least until the beginning of the spring quarter on March 30 in order to increase social distancing and other health precautions. (Courtesy of University of Washington/screen grab from video)
Online education during the spread of coronavirus will require college professors to be ready to respond to students outside traditional class hours.
From 2010 to 2018, the value of the 20 largest university endowments grew at an average annual rate of 7.6%. (DegreeQuery)
Drexel and Syracuse universities are among schools preparing to move instruction online should coronavrius and COVID-19 illnesses force campuses to close.