Community College of Philadelphia opening fall semester with online classes only


Community college of Philadelphia is the first college in the area to announce it's fall semester will begin completely online Italy's Mike denardo reports as colleges decided whether to hold in person classes this fall because of the corona virus community college of Philadelphia says it's fall semester will start out virtually CCP vice president Shannon Rooney says the early decision allows instructors to prepare we really wanted to use that be able to give our faculty the opportunity to spend as much time as possible over the summer planning for a well executed fall giving like making a decision right now gives them the flexibility and opportunity to do that Rooney says it's possible some in person classes may be held later in the semester most area colleges haven't announced their fall plans yet Jefferson university is resuming classes on campus this fall but it's giving students the option to take classes online there is no decision from Drexel a spokesman for Temple University says an announcement there is likely by the end of the

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