Before the end of this month, three million students will graduate from their college and university programs Many of them have seen their job offers evaporate and expectations to find employment during Spring recruiting season disappear, only to be replaced by uncertainty and confusion. Some may find it tempting to relate this to the experiences of the Class of 2009, but the impact of COVID-19 is far worse.
Higher-Ed institutions know that their response to the crisis will have a long-lasting influence on relationships with alumni and on enrollment decisions of future students. Unfortunately, that’s just the latest in a long list of considerations schools have had to mull over in recent weeks, including how to make all education available online, accommodate students who were unable to leave campus, aid professors unaccustomed to online teaching, change grading policies, adapt graduation ceremonies, help students maintain a level of hope about their futures, and more. Most of these issues are unchartered territory for schools, which means they need the same level of attention and support that impacted companies are receiving.
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