College students face uncertainty as schools revert to remote classes, delay spring semester amid omicron rise


College students have had to deal with constant uncertainty over the last 20 months as the coronavirus pandemic upended campus life by pushing classes online and canceling social activities. 

The most recent fall semester gave the first glimpse of a somewhat normal college experience for many students, but with the recent rise of omicron, schools nationwide are implementing a new set of restrictions ahead of the spring term. 

Several colleges have already announced plans to revert to remote learning at the beginning of 2022, including Duke University, American University, Georgetown University, Stanford University, Northwestern University, Belmont University, and most University of California system campuses. 

DURHAM, NC – JANUARY 27: A general view of the Duke University Chapel on the campus of Duke University.
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