Students Are Still Worried: COVID-19 and Post-Secondary Education
Jun 15, 2020 | Canadian Alliance of Student Associations
|The Canadian Alliance of Student Associations released a report summarizing results from a survey of post-secondary students from across Canada on the experiences and impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic for this population, including mental health and wellbeing. Key findings from the report are the heightened sense of worry post-secondary students are experiencing on a range of factors including loss of income, value of online education, access to online learning, academic supports, and the threat of COVID-19 on physical health. The effectives of the pandemic are felt differently across this population. Specifically, women, visible minority students, and students living without roommates are more likely to be affected by the pandemic.
Students Are Still Worried: COVID-10 and Post-Secondary Education (PDF)