TVCC students face challenges with remote classes; enrollment drops

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Across the country, college students are adapting to new lifestyles as schools transition to online classes. With the fourth week of spring term underway, Treasure Valley Community College students have mixed feelings about the switch to virtual learning.

At TVCC, much of the coursework traditionally follows a hands-on learning approach. Now that classes have moved online to Zoom, some courses have been scrapped completely . . .