Managing The College Stress Epidemic – Infographic

  Stress is common for college students in the best of times. But with the current COVID-19 outbreak, there will certainly be more stress and anxiety placed on college students as they navigate the “new normal.” According to a recent publication from MacCormac College, 45% of college students feel more than average stress and 87% Read More …

Successful Online Learning 2020

Photo by Startup Stock Photos from Pexels With the COVID-19 outbreak, many schools have moved to online instruction. While this is necessary to protect the health of students and faculty, it can be detrimental to the progress of students’ education. Although colleges often offer some online options, in person instruction is still the most common form of learning. Read More …

College Re-Openings: How to Make it Safer

  Originally published on InsideSociology.com COVID-19 has brought about many technological and infrastructural challenges to colleges and universities in the United States. Many colleges have decided to move to a mostly online offering in the fall.  However, many others have decided to have in-class or hybrid options. Colleges are presented with students who are generally Read More …

Tips for 2020 College Graduates

If you’re a college senior, you’re probably experiencing some anxiety or uncertainty about life after graduation. Many companies have hiring freezes in place, employees are being laid off or furloughed and a large percentage of the population is working from home. In-person job interviews won’t be happening for the foreseeable future. Now is not the Read More …