Whittier college students pay 65k a year for private, on hand, in class and exclusive education. With the full movement from in class courses to remote and online courses for the remainder of the semester, students are no longer given the education they paid for. Many professors at Whittier college are not technologically adept for noodle courses and some have watered down their course material or cancelled classes and have given students the current grades they have at this point in time, only one month into the semester. Because of this, all Whittier college students are losing the ability to gain the knowledge they otherwise would have if classes had remained online. For some students, this is not a big deal and the money they have paid can be easily given back, but to the vast majority of the student population at Whittier, who are a minority, they do not have this luxury and face financial issues with coming to Whittier.
in addition, Whittier college events are put on with the money that is given by donors, student tuition and other sources. Since Whittier college has chosen to cancel the remained of events for the rest of the semester, including, but not limited to, WhitFest, it is assumed that Whittier college still has that money and the money that was to be used in the future.
Whittier college, who claims to care for their students and in keeping their close knit community, we ask that you please think about us, all of us, and do what’s right, give back to students who wanted a prime and excellent education that we know you had before.