New MSU study shows stress related to academics, finances and COVID-19
As we enter the third year of this pandemic, we are getting a clearer picture of how the isolation and changes impacted people’s mental health, including that of college students. Many entered college hoping for the traditional experience, only to be met with lonely quarantines, virtual classes and growing financial concerns.
As part of our series Living With COVID, Raven Santana reports on a new study that shows just how wide-ranging mental health issues have become for New Jersey college students.
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