Troy University students reflect on a semester of adapting to COVID-19 changes

This week Troy University students are taking their last in-person classes of the fall, one of the many adjustments they have had to make due to COVID-19.

“I think the coronavirus has affected us a lot as we all know,” said TROY student Luke Whittemore. “Classes being not in person, having to be responsible about staying on top of your work because a lot of its online.”

Students, faculty and staff have worked throughout the semester to stay within COVID guidelines while still trying to maintain that same traditional Trojan experience.

“From a work standpoint, I haven’t been able to interact with as many students,” said Josh Anderson of TROY Campus Outreach Ministry. “I work with the football team so that’s been a little bit more challenging.”

For more reaction from student on COVID-19 watch Justice’s full report.