FALL 2020 COVID-19 STUDENT SURVEY (June, 2021)
The California Student Aid Commission’s (CSAC) Fall 2020 COVID-19 Student Survey provided important new insights about the experiences of students enrolled in college during the pandemic. The survey was sent to students statewide who submitted federal and state financial aid applications and who were enrolled in college in the 2020-21 academic year across all sectors of higher education in California. Results reveal how COVID-19 has affected multiple aspects of students’ college experience including course-taking, work, living situations, financial circumstances, and their mental health and wellbeing. For full results:
FALL 2020 COVID-19 STUDENT SURVEYS FINDINGS REPORT
COLLEGE UNCERTAINTIES: HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS SPRING 2020 (December, 2020)
Amidst great uncertainty about their futures, we asked college-bound high school seniors from the Class of 2020 about their educational plans. In this report, we take a closer look at the survey responses from the high school Class of 2020. We investigate differences across subgroups, specifically racial/ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds of students, and explore more fully how students described—in their own words—the challenges they faced last spring and the ways in which COVID-19 may be impacting their college plans.
COLLEGE UNCERTAINTIES: HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS SPRING 2020 REPORT
SPRING 2020 COVID-19 STUDENT SURVEY (July 2020)
This survey provides invaluable data and insight directly from students about their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis of Spring 2020 and their views on issues related to college attendance in Summer and Fall 2020.
SPRING 2020 COVID-19 STUDENT SURVEYS FINDINGS REPORT