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What will college look like during the coronavirus pandemic?

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College students and rising high school seniors share their thoughts about returning to school during the coronavirus pandemic, whether virtual learning is worth the expensive price tag and more. Plus, Courtney McAnuff, vice chancellor for enrollment management at Rutgers University, and NBC News lead education correspondent Rehema Ellis address questions and concerns about finances, the application process and more.