The COVID-19 outbreak has high school seniors rethinking their college path and college students grappling with the effects of the pandemic

College in the age of COVID


The COVID-19 outbreak has high school seniors rethinking their college path and college students grappling with the effects of the pandemic

There’s no debating the immense disruption COVID-19 brought to campuses across the globe.

And now, while students are on summer break, higher-ed leaders are scrambling to produce reopening plans that abide by health and safety regulations while, at the same time, prioritizing student learning and their academic success.

COVID has undoubtedly impacted life for students, faculty, and staff in colleges and universities.

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Here’s a look at some of the changes:

According to a new infographic, the COVID-19 outbreak has 1 in 6 high school seniors rethinking their plans to attend full-time college in the fall.

Laura Ascione