Here’s how colleges are responding to the COVID-19 Crisis.
- Forbes: “the virus is preventing campus visits and standardized testing and is causing educational disruption.” https://www.forbes.com/sites/brennanbarnard/2020/03/22/redesigning-college-admission-covid-19-access-and-equity/#7c5c48222ee6
- AP Testing at Home: https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/educators/taking-the-exams
- Changes to College Grading: https://www.aacrao.org/who-we-are/newsroom/article/2020/04/02/in-response-to-pandemic-higher-ed-institutions-move-to-online-instruction
- University Housing/Meal Plan Reimbursement: https://azdailysun.com/news/local/education/northern-arizona-university-offers-25-credit-for-university-housing-during-coronavirus/article_67fd74fc-a570-50be-bc5c-5fbb1a37f8c7.html
- COVID-19 Student Releif Fund (My Scholly Scholarship): https://myscholly.com/relief/
- NCAA Athletic Eligibility Extended: http://www.ncaa.org/about/resources/media-center/news/division-i-council-extends-eligibility-student-athletes-impacted-covid-19
- Take Action Scholarships: https://www.dosomething.org/us/collections/corona-virus-campaigns
Check the websites of the colleges you attend or want to attend and be sure you have the most up to date information about what your college is doing. These times force us to pay closer attention to email, college websites, posts, and updates. As colleges re-evaluate how they interact with students and admit them into college, it’s more important now more than ever to be a successful student in all aspects of your life.