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That partly why graduating high school senior Vanessa Simoes, 18, recently enrolled in the Berkeley College Honors Program online.
While Berkeley also has physical campuses in New York and New Jersey, it considered to have one of better online bachelor programs.
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have seen a greater number of students out of high school who are asking if I really need to spend $40,000, $50,000 or $60,000 when I could spend two years online and transfer, Babb said.
In fact, Simoes, who plans to study criminal law, has already started her undergraduate coursework, even ahead of her high school graduation in June.
One in 6 students who have already made deposits no longer plan to attend a four year college full time, according tonew databy the consulting firm Art Science Group, which polled more than 1,000 high school seniors from April21 to 24.
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As more students weigh their options amid theglobal coronavirus crisis, many schools have extended the deadline for high school seniors to choose which college they will attend until June 1.
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