HOW IS COVID-19 CHANGING THE COLLEGE LANDSCAPE
The doing4others COVID-19 College Project provides a free meeting point that links students with Covid-19 related information from colleges. By facilitating these exchanges, doing4others aims to increase the knowledge and access for all, especially low-income, first-generation college, and underrepresented, students so they can make better and more informed decisions around their college selection.
COVID-19 has already had a major impact on the college landscape. So the goal of this project is to provide a clearer picture moving forward of how COVID-19 will impact standardized test requirements, admissions criteria, semester start dates, how classes are delivered and graded for students, families, and schools.
Status Fall 2021
More schools are going test optional (over 1,150 +) which can help many students chances of acceptance- make sure you know which ones.
More schools going test optional (over 200 +)
Fall 2020 Online or In-person
With the spread of COVID-19 Colleges and Universities across the US schools went to online classes. Find out what schools are planning on In-Person vs. Online instruction in the Fall 2020
Fall 2020 Semester Start Date
As certain states begin to reopen while others stay with stricter "Shelter in Place" guideline- schools are altering their Fall 2020 start dates. Find how this will effect you.
The COVID-19 response is not a one size fits all model for schools so find out other important information you might need to know.
Past doing4others Initiatives
doing4others' Meals4Heroes initiative helped provide thousands of meals from local restaurants to medical professionals working in New York City hospitals as they risked their lives to fight COVID -19.
Help provide meals from local restaurants to medical professionals working in New York City hospitals as they risk their lives to fight COVID -19.