Coronavirus Resources for Students

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Published on October 27, 2020

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As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to impact day-to-day life across the nation, campus closures and the resulting shift to online learning has fundamentally changed the college experience for students and educators.

In response to these challenging times, BestColleges has been hard at work to keep students informed of the latest news in education and help students cope with the new realities of learning from home.

We encourage you to explore the articles listed below for information dedicated to online learning, health, and education news in the wake of coronavirus.

Coronavirus and Online Learning

Coronavirus and College Planning

Coronavirus and Student Life

Coronavirus and Student Health

Mental Health Resources for Students


Visit the BestColleges blog for more coverage on the issues and current events impacting students and college life.

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