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By Mary Hillebrand E-Commerce Times ECT News Network
May 3, 1999 12:00 AM PT

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Should colleges and universities charge the same tuition for online classes that were originally offered for in-person attendance?
Yes - Lower tuition is unjustified because schools are forced to change format to safeguard against the pandemic.
Yes - Online courses provide the same quality of education and credits toward degrees as in-person classes.
Yes - Professors must still be paid, campuses maintained, and new expenses are incurred with a change to online format.
No - Students who agreed to tuition for an on-campus experience should pay less for online courses.
No - Online courses do not provide the same quality of education as learning in the classroom.
No - Students and families have lost income as a result of the pandemic, and many universities have wealthy endowments to subsidize losses.