Harvard College- Reduce the $53,967 Tuition for Online School

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Laurel Taylor
Jul 14, 2020
It is absurd to charge the same amount for online classes and not have access to everything else that is part of the college experience (libraries, professors, facilities, etc)

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Seun Edu
Jul 10, 2020
That’s just fucked up

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Jackie Chen
Jul 9, 2020
I am signing due to increased tuition during pandemic with zoom class is not right.

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Di Tian
Jul 9, 2020
I am a parent of Harvard College 2020

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Steven LIng
Jul 9, 2020
I'm signing this petition because online class is different from in person class.

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Jin Xu
Jul 9, 2020
I’m signing because it’s unfair to charge increased tuition for only online classes, also unfair to exclude sophomores and juniors for the whole school year.

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Shenglan Long
Jul 9, 2020
Online zoom classes cannot compete with in-person classes on campus no matter what improvement the professors make for online teaching this summer.

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Jill Herscot
Jul 8, 2020
Zoom u!

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Neeta Garimella
Jul 8, 2020
Certainly, online experience no matter how well it is managed, does not compare to being on campus in classrooms and lab and small group discussions settings. Therefore tuition must be reduced to match the reduced access to resources..

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Kiranmayi Kella
Jul 7, 2020
It's ridiculous that we are paying the same amount for an education that is clearly not the same as an in-person experience. People who take online classes through the extension school, which offers the same material and resources, pay less than a third of what we pay. Harvard has the endowment to ensure that students are properly supported during this time and do not have to pay a disproportionately high price for an education that is clearly not the same.