Seniors college decisions shift amidst pandemic | USA TODAY

Seniors college decisions shift amidst pandemic | USA TODAY 1


CORONAVIRUS CHRONICLES: High School seniors discuss their transition into the real world
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For some seniors exiting high school, their decision to attend college in the fall has shifted amidst our nationwide pandemic.

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14 Comments on "Seniors college decisions shift amidst pandemic | USA TODAY"

  1. if theyre staying at home they should take a gap year and volunteer in their community, etc… not worth paying $60k to take online courses

    • JogBird I agree. Or instead of a gap year- attend a local community college (online) and volunteer in the community as well.

    • Jairo Herrera | May 17, 2020 at 9:22 PM | Reply

      In the future, tuition will be high as 100k just for a piece of paper.

  2. wanna be friends?

  3. wanna be friends?

  4. Coaster Cane | May 17, 2020 at 2:33 PM | Reply

    Take a gap year

    • It’s a wake-up call to these kids that are graduating that life is not all fun
      You need to juggle work and school at the same time
      The best to the graduates of 2020

  5. Go Blue. That is all

  6. This pandemic is the real world with few lessons one being on how important it is to save and get into stocks and learn passive income

  7. wanna be friends?

  8. Γιάννης Βλάχος | May 17, 2020 at 4:29 PM | Reply


  9. 渡辺ボス | May 17, 2020 at 5:00 PM | Reply


  10. I’m 30 and I only now know what I want to do in college. You have all the time my guy

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