When Frostburg State University shut down its campus in March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the college experience dramatically changed for most students with the onset of online learning. With many students taking a blend of online and in-person classes and 25% of them studying entirely remotely, mental health has become a significant concern for college students. One in five college students say the effects of the pandemic have worsened their mental health, according to a 2020 survey from the nonprofit Active Minds.
Campus transition: FSU students, staff adjust to online learning
February 2, 2021