I hope you receive a lot of answers to your very important question. I do believe that the world will be a bit different, but having an education will place you in a better place for upward mobility once the economy gets back on track. I never regretted earning my Master's degree in nursing.
Your senior year may indeed be held partially via remote technology. The professors are now getting trained on how to best conduct learning. My husband is a college professor and he was already well versed in using remote techniques. What is most important is that the student not depend on lectures for learning. The students must complete required reading and perform active learning. Remote learning places a big responsibility on the student.
That being said, you may want to carefully consider job opportunities once you graduate. As you are nearly done with your undergraduate degree, you may want to consider an advanced degree if it serves you well. I am going to include some web resources for you to look through. Please don't give up too soon. You have come so far!! (The caveat: if you can enter into a long-term profession without a degree which offers potential to promote, decent salary, is interesting, and has good benefits, then.....this may be an option for you. I do not know of such jobs offhand other than becoming a police officer, city worker, etc...) What may happen is that the American economy will develop many new jobs in order to kick-start economic growth, but this may take a change in the current administration.
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Lastly, I recommend speaking to your academic advisor about your concerns. This is such an important question and I hope you can speak to someone who knows you and whom you trust.