NYS Assembly Higher Education Committee Chair Deborah J. Glick took testimony to explore how colleges and universities in New York adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic and the long-term outlook for higher education.

In the spring of 2020, New York’s colleges and universities were forced to quickly transition to remote learning and adjust their services and student supports to comply with evolving state and federal guidelines as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, colleges and universities have largely returned to in-person instruction, with many lessons learned through the uncertainties of the last two years.

The committee explored how the pandemic changed higher education as it relates to instruction, admissions, enrollment, retention, student life and career services, as well as the strategies and measures that were used, and the lessons learned.

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