With college football power conferences moving to postpone their season, student-athletes face a different but just as fierce opponent this season — mental health. After
When asked how colleges and universities should plan their possible campus reopenings for the fall semester, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of
When it comes to keeping college students safe from COVID-19, parents put considerably more faith in schools than they do their own children, according to a new survey by TimelyMD, a telehealth company that specializes in higher education. However, parents remain divided about the academic quality and ROI of the education their students will receive this year.
Fall 2020 is predicted to be a challenging season for higher education. For institutions planning to return to in-person learning, a COVID-19 outbreak could cause
Survey Reveals Causes of Stress and Anxiety for College Students During COVID-19, and How They’re Coping
From May 29 to June 3, 2020, TimelyMD conducted a nationwide survey of college students enrolled at two- and four-year institutions regarding the impact of
The COVID-19 global pandemic has created an unprecedented strain on the mental health of students. Recent studies reveal that the impact is particularly significant for