Students, families, and higher education institutions navigate a new course of study together.
- The world’s developments in recent months have charged college students and their parents with evaluating their educational path with a slightly different lens and level of precaution.
- With so many variables at play, it often takes an education just to plan for higher education, especially in unprecedented times like today.
- Higher education systems are not immune to these challenges and are finding ways to adapt to this new environment of learning.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created many challenges for individuals, families, and organizations. From financial distress to business closures to health concerns, virtually every aspect of society as we know it has been altered. And our higher education system is certainly not immune. Students, parents, and the schools themselves are exploring new ways of adapting to this sea of change. Our experts share six higher education planning, investing, funding, and preservation strategies that we hope will be insightful to you and the clients you serve.
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