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Cal State Fullerton Announces Plans For A Virtual Fall. Will Other Colleges Follow?

Colleges are grappling with how long the coronavirus disruptions will last and what the fall semester will look like. The big question: With so many changes, will students still enroll?
Source: Ali Kerem

On Monday, California State University, Fullerton announced it was planning to begin the fall 2020 semester online, making it one of the first colleges to

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