Is this the future of college?
May 13, 2015
Minerva hopes its high-tech approach can provide an Ivy League education at half the price
Imagine a university where everything you say and do in class is recorded by a computer and used to analyze the minutiae of your behavior and learning. That's what a student signs up for when they enroll at Minerva, an accredited university based in San Francisco. The school is trying to disrupt the world of higher education by offering a more scientific approach to learning at a fraction of the price. Adam May profiles this revolutionary school to see if it could really become the model campus of the future.