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Eileen Kim is a sophomore in faculty, and he or she’s by no means visited her faculty’s campus. Her Admitted College students Weekend was held just about. Plans to reside on campus have been paused. Whereas Kim spent the previous 12 months working for the varsity’s admissions workplace from her mother and father’ dwelling, fielding considerations and queries in regards to the on-campus expertise, for probably the most half, they’re questions she doesn’t have firsthand solutions to.
“I’m nonetheless very not sure of what on-campus life will appear to be due to the pandemic,” Kim says.
And now, with weeks to go earlier than she’s set to maneuver on campus for the primary time — although that’s as soon as once more depending on what occurs with rising COVID-19 circumstances — Kim says that she and different college students who had banked on