Short quarantines can slow the spread of Covid and allow a return to in-person learning. But the pause is also disruptive and may not work.
The roughly 9 percent drop in enrollment highlights the brutal situation that COVID has created and decisions thousands of students face.
Now the college faces the challenge of preventing its students from acting as coronavirus vectors as they leave.
Minority and lower-income students in Colorado putting off college because of COVID-19 pressures may risk never earning a degree.
Regis leaders hope that meeting outside will both safeguard students and teachers and also restore a more normal college experience.
Will Colorado colleges that plan to reopen campuses learn from coronavirus outbreaks at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Michigan State University, and Notre Dame?
The state wants to encourage its public colleges to better serve disadvantaged students through its new approach to allocating aid.
Colleges are hoping that the protocols developed over the summer can help them bring students back to campus without major outbreaks this fall.
School requirement closes one gap but reveals other issues.
Colorado institutions make tuition freezes to encourage student return this fall, but where will they get extra money they needed.