Admission logjams, bankruptcies among issues for colleges due to COVID-19 Stock image/Maddie Meyer (Getty)
We’ve now entered May, but no doubt, the fall is already on the mind of many students, professors and administrators at college campuses — and everyone likely has a myriad of questions and concerns.
What effect is the coronavirus pandemic having on school finances, classes and admissions, not only for current college students, but for juniors and seniors in high school?
What will things look like in the fall?
How will colleges not requiring SAT scores for students change the landscape of enrollment?
Allen Koh is the CEO of Cardinal Education, a California-based global education firm that provides consulting to current and future college students around the world on academic matters