Three questions for the future of higher education

Finding ways to operate safely while addressing outdated operating models is now critical for higher education institutions

Dan Feitelberg

Dan Feitelberg

National Advisory Leader, Higher Education, Research, and other Not-for-Profits, KPMG US

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COVID-19 has forced the U.S higher education system to come to grips with its future. Most urgently, colleges and universities have had to find ways to operate safely as the virus continues to spread – through remote learning and new on-campus routines. But COVID-19 also complels institutions to fully address longstanding issues that can no longer be ignored – most critically, outdated operating models that drive high costs and reduce assets.