Stop classes for college students during transition of their mandatory removal from campus

Stop classes for college students during transition of their mandatory removal from campus

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Ryan Williams started this petition to Governor Michael L. Parson and

I am as stressed about the growing pandemic as the common person, I have been careful not to submit to hysteria but I am in denial that my full-time college classes are still going on. I don’t see the continuation of classes as a decision that was made in the interests of the students. Over Spring Break we got the news that classes would be online through March 30th. However, we weren’t done waiting. Next up was waiting for the decision that we would be told to take all of our belongings and participate in a mandatory removal from campus. My name is Ryan Williams, sophomore at Lindenwood University, and I am asking for my voice to be heard. This is a problem that no one in the world is having but college students. Classes proceeding forth with the exact same productivity as was expected when meeting in person is an unfair expectation while students are juggling the hundreds of other question marks in their lives. Many adults have been told to work from home, many of whom do not live at work like full-time college students. We live in the same place we work, and that now we are being told to leave. There isn’t any grace period. I’m asking for decision making on the end of Missouri Governor Mike Parson and legislation on behalf of  Missouri Senators Roy Blunt and Josh Hawley that will provide a period of pardoned class participation and activity for Missouri college students who are struggling to transition to online-formatted university courses. Classes should not be continuing this week. I am appealing to those who have students’ interests at heart in hope that there are individuals in our government committed to upholding that mission.

Ryan Williams   

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