NewsSt. Augustine Goes Remote During Season of Financial Woes

St. Augustine Goes Remote During Season of Financial Woes

This is tough to watch….

Students and staff at St. Augustine University have transitioned to remote learning while the school figures out their accreditation and financial woes. 

While some students admit, with the help of some professors, the transition from in-person to online classes has been smooth, others are disappointed in how their college experience is ending. “It’s still hard because, like, this was supposed to be our senior year,” student Kai’La James said. 

“It’s supposed to be smooth sailing; everything goes according to plan: get our classes done, we graduate, and we move on with our lives. But now it’s like this whole thing is like disrupting everything.”

She continued saying it feels like all their work is being “ripped away from us after we’ve worked so hard … it’s upsetting.”

“I understand the tremendous impact this has had on you and your families,” he wrote in the email, according to ABC 11. 

“I am fully committed to supporting you through this challenging time.”

However, Brian Boulware, Board chairman, is asking for some faith that things will be handled. “The board remains focused on preserving SAU’s accreditation and stabilizing the university’s finances under its new leadership,” he said in a statement.

Source: Black Enterprise

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