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Old 03-20-2020, 09:21 PM
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John T, I'm sure the admissions offices will get many queries from parents, all of which will probably get answered with a generic note along the lines of , "At ____ U., student health is our primary concern, and we are committed to taking whatever steps are necessary to ensure the health and safety of our student body. We will continue to closely monitor COVID-19 developments and take actions accordingly. Please consult the university website at ________. edu for the most up-to-date and accurate information on ___U.'s response to this public health crisis."

This would be a good time to start making the transition from you being the responsible parent to your daughter being responsible for herself. When she does go off to college, you will be very limited as to what you can do on her behalf, no matter how much you're paying for her education.