Why no break on tuition despite the move to remote classes? COVID-19 costs are astronomical

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Robert Massa, an adjunct professor at USC, had a recent conversation with his neighbor that undoubtedly mirrors discussions unfolding in front yards, in living rooms and at kitchen tables across the country.“His daughter is going to be a freshman in college,” Massa recalled, “and he asked me whether it’s worth it to pay full tuition for online learning.”Massa, who has spent more than 40 years as a university executive, including a decade as the dean of enrollment at Johns Hopkins, offered a measured response to the issue that has engulfed higher education since the coronavir…

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