Campus transition: FSU students, staff adjust to online learning

Jordan Krampf, Times-News

Frostburg State’s Counseling & Psychological Services office has been busy implementing new services with its telehealth model to keep mental health at the forefront. “Students continue to have access to our full range of services and meet with their counselor over a HIPAA-compliant program, which ensures their information remains confidential and protected,” said Counseling & Psychological Services office Clinical Director Susan Mandell. “We saw an increase in the number of students who utilized our services over the summer in comparison to past years, but as the school year progressed, less students accessed our office than in previous years. This is a trend that has been seen in college counseling centers across the state and the reason is unclear.” Frostburg State professors have also felt the effects of the pandemic when teaching formats suddenly became drastically different.

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