Administration recently proposed a plan to reopen campuses to in person learning, but there have been discussions about delaying it due to frustration with the lack of consideration and planning.
Despite optimistic data on COVID-19, tentative plans show a majority of City College students will continue remote learning this fall.
The Learning Assistance Center is a valuable resource to City College students. With its accessible computer lab, tutoring services, and more, it’s helped many students reach their academic goals. With campus closed, the center is continuing to evolve its remote learning resources to meet students’ needs.
The Metal Arts Program at City College has persevered, despite class cuts and the challenges of remote instruction.
City College students and faculty of non-credit classes are moving online along with the rest of the school. Some adjustments have been difficult, but others will bring a welcome change.
During the beginning of the school year, many potential employers at City College are searching for prospective students to help much needed resources for the campus community. However, with the pandemic occurring, many are wondering if City College will still offer student employment.