I have a daughter that just finished her freshman year at VA Tech. Came home 1st week in March and finished online. She hated the dorm so she didn't mind being home and said it was much easier since the profs cut them slack and in some cases didn't even cover all the material on the syllabus. Plus her BF was back here too so she was fine. Now waiting to hear how they plan to go about fall semester which they plan to announce 1st week in June. Maybe it varies at each school, but I can't help think the on campus atmosphere is going to be bizarre at best. First off they have to figure out who doesn't get to live in the dorm since there's most likely only one to a room. Dining halls will be grab and go or delivery, or maybe they can only go at certain times. Very limited social interaction, common areas off limits. Wearing masks and gloves in class and everywhere else? Or maybe take most of your classes online in your room. Probably no fans at FB and BB games. Bus service for kids living off campus which is like 75% of them will be useless since they'll have to social distance and take maybe half capacity on what is normally packed buses. They may restrict kids from going home on weekends and also restrict family visitors from outside areas. These schools can't afford to shut down campuses and continue only online learning. And haven't even mentioned what happens with testing or when kids test positive and have to quarantine somewhere. She's accepted to transfer to two other schools, including George Mason where she can live at home for free and commute 30 min each way. We have to decide by mid June, so we're just waiting to hear each schools plan and go from there. Or maybe they just throw them all together like normal and hope for herd immunity. Either way its going to be interesting and tough for them to have anything close to a normal campus environment.