WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- Purdue students are left with many questions after the university decided to move classes online, especially seniors.
Many are worried about their time on campus.
This includes their grades, spring break and how their classes will be conducted.
Some seniors said professors have not been in touch yet about class.
Reminder: Classes must be moved to an online platform or another form that is not face-to-face instruction as we initially reported.
This is worrisome for seniors like Kara Latham and Sara Zaloudek.
"I don't think my labs can be taught online," said Latham. "I have no idea what they are doing about senior design two, so I am just very scared about that."
"I understand definitely having a two week period after spring break because you don't know where students will go, having that quarantine period and everything but having it be an indefinite, who knows what's going to happen," said Zaloudek. "Definitely makes me miss the experiences of my senior year."