Virtual classes versus on campus classes: what do students prefer?

UML students are coming back on the Lowell campus for a conscientious, productive, and exhilarating fall semester once again. The COVID-19 pandemic has inhibited many individuals from accessing on campus classes due to the tragic repercussions caused by the virus not just domestically but internationally.

In the preceding semesters, collegiate institutions across the United States and the U.K. have adapted their students to transition to online classes while the virus subsides and for vaccination production to increase substantially before coming back onto campus. As we are assimilating back onto campus again, students globally are experiencing strenuous difficulties trying to adapt to on campus classes again, while on the latter side other individuals prefer on campus classes as opposed to classes relegated online.

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