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Lincoln – For college students across the U.S., it's safe to say that the fall 2020 semester will look much different than any other semester to date. Not only is there the uncertainty of the global pandemic, causing anxiety, there are also public health concerns about staying physically safe while learning.
Nebraska's colleges and universities are implementing multiple public health protocols to protect students and employees from contracting the coronavirus. While some policies are universal – practicing social distancing (being 6 feet apart), wearing masks when possible, and frequently washing hands – specifics for each college may be found via the links below.
Fear and anxiety about a new disease and what could happen can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions. It's important to remember to practice self-care.
Healthy ways to cope with COVID-19 stress:
Need to talk? It's okay to want to feel better. Reach out to your health provider, to faith-based communities, your community center, or a mental provider near you. There are resources available to help you. They include: