The students may be home finishing the academic year online, but there’s still plenty of activity on college campuses. Many institutions, including members of Private College 529 Plan, are actively engaged in fighting Coronavirus in their local communities and beyond:
Pacific Lutheran University, La Salle University, Lawrence University, & Bradley University
University of Chicago
Cooperation among medical institutions seems at a high point with the Covid-19 outbreak. University of Chicago is one of the leaders in research to find out if blood plasma of people recovered from the disease can successfully treat those still suffering from it.
Johns Hopkins University
With on-campus classes not in session, students at Valparaiso University won’t turn in reports on paper. Instead, the report covers they’re not using can be enlisted in the fight against Covid-19 in hospitals and clinics.
While most offices and functions are closed at colleges and universities, you can find exceptions – laboratories! Boston University scientists have what it takes to get a close look at the Coronavirus.
University of Rochester
Have you heard of the calls from hospitals around the country asking retired medical professionals to come back to work Here’s the other end of the spectrum, University of Rochester medical students graduated early to get into the wards to help patients.
Saint Louis University
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