College students struggle with anxiety as in-person classes resume
Students at SUNY Albany are getting into the groove of a new school year. With a vaccine mandate and mask requirements, classes are now in-person. That’s something giving freshman a little more than just the first day jitters.
“It’s a little overwhelming because it’s a big transition from high school to college,” said freshman Jordan Heath.
After more than a year of virtual learning as high school seniors, in-person learning at the college level for some freshmen is a tougher transition.
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