Commentary: ‘So many students are already sleeping in their cars, homeless shelters or even on the street’
Every day, as president of the student body at Los Angeles City College, Jemere Calhoun works to help peers who are facing hunger and homelessness.
Coronavirus doesn’t stop housing program with Westfield State and Holyoke Community College
Although the arrangements have been complicated since the coronavirus outbreak, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s stay-at-home advisory and the transition to remote instruction at both colleges, the students remain housed on the Westfield campus.
They did everything right to get into college. Coronavirus changes things, students say
Los Angeles Times
“Logistically at this point, it may just be easier to stay local,” says Jemere Calhoun, 36, who is graduating from Los Angeles City College and plans to transfer to a public four-year college.
Technical, community colleges adapt to distance learning
Southwest Tennessee Community College says its students are adjusting to the new classroom formats.