College students shudder at thought of starting freshman year with online classes

SAN DIEGO — Katie Quis loves San Diego State University and hopes to be a freshman there this fall. But she may end up 1,300 miles away, strolling the hilly paths of the University of Kansas.She’s decided to go to whichever school announces first that it will welcome students on campus rather than making them stay home and take courses online to avoid the novel coronavirus.“I want the full freshman experience — going to football games, rushing a sorority, being around people my age, learning to be independent,” said Quis, a senior at Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego.“I don’t want to pa…

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