The COVID-19 pandemic has led to new constraints and changes in admissions policies for graduate programs in the humanities. How can humanities programs best support their current graduate students during the ongoing crisis, and what are the most responsible ways to recruit new students? What will happen to programs that suspend graduate admissions? And how can institutions use this moment to create positive long-term change? Join MLA President Judith Butler, ACLS President Joy Connolly, American Historical Association Executive Director Jim Grossman, and MLA Executive Director Paula Krebs for this crucial conversation about the future of graduate education in the humanities.