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The Department of Biobehavioral Health and Penn State prioritize the health and well-being of our graduate students.

We communicate with our students regularly to help ensure that they have the resources to be successful and to stay healthy during this time.

Many of our graduate students are currently working fully remotely during this time. However, some graduate students have approval to work on campus to conduct their research. We are striving for great flexibility during this time. For example, we surveyed all current BBH graduate students about their needs this semester and provided resources. Our courses have been taught using in-person, remote, and mixed-methods during this time, based around instructor preferences and accommodating student needs.

The College of Health and Human Development provides additional resources for the Health and Human Development community.

For information about Penn State’s approach to the current pandemic, please see information provided by the Penn State Graduate School related to COVID-19.

International students may also want to refer to material provided by Penn State Global Programs.