Topics: College Attendance, UC Berkeley, First Generation College Students, COVID and College
Title : College and Community During COVID (a year later).
Participants: Zion Rodriguez Aceves
Publish Date: 10/14/2021
Homepage : http://www.dreport.org
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- You can listen to the last year’s conversation here: Graduating During Covid-19
- College and Schooling during time of COVID ( a year later).
- How did students prepare to enter college during the stress and uncertainty of a quarantine?
- What was your experience of first year of college, while online?
- Is going to college online similar to going away to college with everyone that you know?
- Are second-year college students attending college in-person for the first time, behind or delayed in building new communities?
- How did the online format become an asset by getting the college curriculum without having to leave the community of support behind?
- The online format allowed us to include our families into the class.
- What are the difficulties for technically second year-students, moving to college to attend in-person for their first year?
- How do we prepare to adjust to the shift from online to in-person college experiences?
- What happens when the university treats you as a second-year student, but it’s your first-year on campus?
- What are foundations acquired during the first year of college attendance?
- Figuring things out together.
- How is campus life different during COVID?
- Do students wear masks on college campuses?
- How do teachers feel about being in class with so many students?
- Is there a college social life during COVID?
- What are the different college retention factors for students?
- Is UC Berkely a radical school?
- Are colleges open to hear from new voices?