Student’s Mental Health During Covid-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has exerted its impact across all stratospheres of life, from the health and wellness of individuals to the economic balance of the world. One important manifestation of the pandemic that has been largely understated or ignored in recent discussions is the impact of COVID-19 on the mental health of students. This manuscript documents how the mental health of students was affected by the pandemic, and the factors that contributed to this impact.
For any discussion into the impact on the mental health of students to be undertaken, it is imperative to discuss the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic on schools, colleges, and other educational institutions. One research by Conrad et al (2021) documented that in March 2020, when the COVID-19 epidemic swept across the United States, several institutions fled their campuses to prevent viral transmission. College students were ordered to leave campus with only a few days' notice, causing anxiety among students who were scrambling to pack, organize transportation, and worry about academic deadlines at the same time, according to another study (Hartocollis, 2020). During the spring of 2020, 96 percent of the colleges and institutions tracked by US News and World Reports either canceled in-person sessions or switched to online-only education. Institutional reforms were undertaken in response to the epidemic affected around 26 million college students in the United States (Conrad et al., 2021).
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