Universities Threaten To Cut Off Students' Internet Access If They Fail To Comply

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"Students who are out of compliance may lose access to university Wi-Fi, Zoom, Compass and other technologies"

Universities in the US are threatening to completely cut off basic services, including internet access for students if they do not fully comply with all COVID restrictions on campus, according to a report.

Campus Reform notes that several universities are cracking down on students who are not following strict lockdown policies.

The University of Arizona has stated that students will only be able to use the internet if they have tested negative for coronavirus.

The University of Illinois has also threatened to restrict internet access, as well as the tools students need to study and submit assignments.

A January 20th email to students from the Chancellor Robert Jones warned that students who flout the mandates "face university disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal."

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