How the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted college plans for Latino students in Arizona

Wednesday, March 30, 2022
Arizona Republic

Cesar Soberanes, 19, had big plans to attend Arizona State University. Then, the pandemic and finances forced him to abruptly change course. Soberanes is not alone in his pandemic-related frustration as a young Latino with college ambitions. Administrators are now trying to reengage and reconnect with students who left during the pandemic, while providing additional supports to keep the ones they have.

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