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Social isolation, health and financial fears, political upheaval and natural disasters are fueling anxiety among college students returning to school online and in-person this fall.
R.A.s, graduate student employees and some student dining staff at the University of Michigan have gone on strike over COVID safety precautions.
The university is providing an extra layer of support and mental health care help through the partnership.
College students want mental health supports as they grapple with COVID and growing awareness around systemic racism, an advocacy group says.
Depression and anxiety are rising during COVID, particularly among low-income students, students of color, women, LGBTQ+ students and students who are caregivers.
ACHA CEO says, "it's incumbent on the higher education community to protect and support those of us who need it most and remove the barriers they face in completing their education."
First-generation college students faced greater difficulties adapting to online learning, and more severe financial hardships and uncomfortable home environments.
With so much uncertainty swirling around athletics and their future, college leaders must be proactive in reaching out to support their competitors.
A provost shares what she misses about campus life and how to connect when only virtual meet-ups are possible.
Coaches and directors of programs should be monitoring student-athletes' health and safety regularly and getting them the chiropractic care they need.
William & Mary, which sharing its open-source COVID checker with Virginia's colleges and universities, may suspend IT services of campus users who don't monitor their health.
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