The percentage of high school graduates who went to college immediately after high school fell by more than a fifth last fall. Colleges are adapting how they recruit.
One big issue colleges will have to tackle this spring is a growing need for mental health resources.
Colleges are readjusting schedules, expanding COVID-19 testing, and asking for student input on the fall.
In Pittsburgh, they are hoping for change under a new administration. But the turmoil has made them question whether they want to stay.
How should campuses balance providing basic academic needs with protecting the health of students and staff?