With one last semester Brockville Ont. student says college should keep classes online
Lawrence college student Kellie Gauthier, says heading back to campus just doesn't make sense for her class. Gauthier is in her final year of the mental wellness and addiction program and has been completing the course online. Come January, the college is planning to return to in-person learning, aiming to have 80 per cent of its programs taught on campus. But students in her class are enrolled and studying from across the country. Some students in her program never moved to the area when the course went online in fall of because of the COVID pandemic, staying in their hometown, able to continue work or take care of sick family members. She says with the announcement of in-person learning, discussions have arisen about some students not even finishing the program. Lawrence college president and CEO Glenn Vollebregt says communication was sent out months in advance about the return to in-person learning at all three college facilities along the seaway. We work with our community groups in all three of our communities to help ensure that our students have housing, to help ensure our students are supported, he added. Vollebregt says any student that cannot make the transition to on campus learning work should reach out.
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