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If colleges have makeup weeks after the end of the semester what happens to those signed up for summer classes or people who have already ?

Moved or started a new job that doesn’t work with the school schedule?

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    You'll have to find out specifically just what your college is offering.  If you are starting a new job that doesn't work with any scheduled, or unscheduled classes, you may be able to take coursas at another time--or online, that works for you.

    JustSassy 3 months ago 2 0
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  • You'll have to find out specifically just what your college is offering.  If you are starting a new job that doesn't work with any scheduled, or unscheduled classes, you may be able to take coursas at another time--or online, that works for you.

    JustSassy 3 months ago 2 0
  • It isn't likely that there will be "make up classes."  Most universities and colleges are transitioning to online/virtual learning and making alternations to the curriculum to help ensure students not only master the essential content but also complete the course work by then end of the school terms as they were originally scheduled. This is for the reasons you pointed out as well as others. 

    Mamawidsom 3 months ago 1 0
  • Then I'd say those people are going to have to decide which thing they most want to do.

    Karen L 3 months ago 1 1
  • I haven't heard of any colleges offering "makeup weeks" at the end of the semester.  Colleges are either going online, or just ending things now where they are.  Some are giving students the choice.  They would have to offer accommodations for students if they were to try extending the semester.

    MS 3 months ago 2 0
  • it might mess up their grades

    Pearl L 3 months ago 0 2
  • As far as I know, no one is doing that. Colleges are moving their classes online. I'm on a Facebook group with hundreds of faculty members who are figuring out what technology they can use. Some schools have announced pass/fail grades for this semester. Check with your school to see what's happening. 

    Gypsyfish 3 months ago 2 0
  • Nothing the universities works out is going to be good for every student.  This is unprecedented. Store, companies, schools, colleges will all try to figure out the best solution. 

    drip 3 months ago 1 0
  • That is the student's responsibility, not the school's. I have a strong feeling you are a first year student.

    Aster Rhoids 3 months ago 1 1
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