As the pandemic trudges on, students and their families long for a college experience that feels engaging, safe, supportive, relevant, and valuable. But with continued uncertainty, what does that look like? And how can campus communities get there together?
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The first in our four-part series Going Forward: The Higher Ed We Need Now, this virtual forum will examine what elements of “normal” campus life are still desirable for students and what changes they hope to see.

Join co-hosts Michael Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn College, and Sara Lipka, assistant managing editor at The Chronicle, as they talk with experts and students to answer:
  • How can college leaders gather input from students to guide planning?
  • What opportunities and support do students find most valuable right now?
  • How are students and their families making decisions about educational plans?
  • What preparation for careers and life feels most relevant?
Sara Lipka
Assistant Managing Editor, The Chronicle 

Vivian D Barnette
Michael J. Sorrell
President, Paul Quinn College


Ariana Berumen
Student, University of California at Berkeley

Vani Mittal
Student, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Sherry Pagoto
Director of the UConn Center for mHealth and Social Media, University of Connecticut

Malik Singleton
Student, Harris-Stowe State University