It may feel like society is moving on from COVID-19, but the pandemic has left a lasting impression on every aspect of the college experience – including the academic experience, campus life, and personal well-being. Given that 9 out of 10 college students say there’s an enduring campus mental health crisis, keeping students engaged and persisting under their increased levels of stress and anxiety continues to be a challenge for institutions.
With students and campus leaders eager to turn the corner on COVID-19, explore ways to improve engagement and retention by better supporting student well-being.
- Laura Krantz, Boston Globe Higher Education Reporter
- Dr. Beth Rushing, President, Appalachian College Association
- Robin Darcangelo, Senior Dean of Student Affairs, Napa Valley College
- Alex Henoch, Senior Psychology and Social Work Student, University of Wisconsin – Madison