The American College Health Association Issues Considerations for Institutions of Higher Education as Students Return Home after the Fall SemesterOctober 31, 2020
On October 29, 2020, the American College Health Association (the “ACHA”) released a guide containing a useful set of considerations for colleges and universities as their students return home at end of the fall academic term. It provides helpful information for all higher education institutions, whether an institution has chosen to end the on-campus experience for the fall semester at Thanksgiving break, or if it plans to continue on-campus classes after Thanksgiving. The guide addresses areas such as campus health services, student health promotion and educational messaging, travel advice, arrival at home advice for students, and medical/mental health and well-being while at home. Click here to link to the ACHA guide.
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