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The New Normal: How colleges and universities are helping new students

Experts worry that the experience has left many unprepared for college-level work.

News 12 Staff

Aug 15, 2022, 1:57 PM

Updated 673 days ago

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It's a new chapter for our high school graduates headed off to college for the first time.
They were sophomores in high school when the pandemic hit. This year's class of incoming college freshmen will arrive on campus after spending half their high school years amid the turmoil of the pandemic. Experts worry that the experience has left many unprepared for college-level work.
Are they ready -- academically and emotionally?
News 12's Rich Barrabi was joined by Richard Gatteau, the vice president for student affairs at SUNY Stony Brook, and Janine Biscari, the vice president for student affairs at Molloy University, to discuss how colleges and universities are guiding students.


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