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Texas colleges expect larger online summer classes as students lose jobs, internships

School officials, still reeling financially from shutting down their campuses mid-semester, are unclear what the summer surge signals for their fall enrollment.

Rising sophomores Macy Waldman, left, an Integrative Studies major at the University of North Texas and her sister, Barry Waldman, a pre-nursing student the University of Texas at Arlington, do not plan to return to campus out of concern for COVID-19. Portrait taken on June 2, 2020.

Summer enrollment on the rise

Community college enrollment dips

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