In a survey, students say they don't want to pay as much for online classes and they are seeking more affordability in higher-ed options

Higher-ed students say they need more flexibility


In a survey, students say they don't want to pay as much for online classes and they are seeking more affordability in higher-ed options


Higher-ed students say flexibility in attending college classes and completing coursework is a critical need, and they also increasingly recognize the value of soft skills and credentialing, according to a survey detailed in a report.





The survey and report, COLLEGE 2030: Transforming the Student Experience, from Barnes and Noble Education, Inc. (BNED), features insights from higher-ed students, faculty members and campus

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