Moving classes and professors that have always been in person to online will simply not be anywhere close to the quality that allows SU to charge so much for. Additionally, two of my professors in WQ cancelled over a full week of classes without attempting to move them online. That's about 10% of what was paid for that was not provided. Lastly, charging low-income students obscene prices in a time of need and not providing the level of quality that they sacrifice so much for, goes directly against the values that this university prides itself on.
The uni needs money to keep running and they work hard no doubt, but the students need whatever money they can save to not be homeless. If student's are homeless, they def won't come back to school when the dust has settled.
My daughter has been impacted by this unprecedented situation. She is currently in her 3rd doing work study to assist with her tuition. Effective today she no longer has a job on campus. Additionally I do not feel that she will get the fullness of the teachings having online instruction as some classes require lab work to be done.