COVID-19 Impact on Shepherd University
Late 1918 to early 1919, the Spanish Flu pandemic closed Shepherd College; the illness swept through the area from October 1918 until almost February 1919, decimating the campus community.
One hundred and two years later, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is altering how Shepherd University's campus community teaches, learns, and operates. The Shepherd University Archives and Special Collections (SUASC) is collecting evidence and soliciting responses from Shepherd University populations via this survey to document the impact of COVID-19 on Shepherd University.
If you have questions about this form or the survey, please contact Frances Marshall, Special Collections Librarian:
Thank you, Elizabeth James at Marshall University, for the use of your form.
What is your name (first, middle, and last)?
Where are you answering this survey? (city/state)
What is your age?
How have you, your family, or community been impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak?
Are you a student, faculty, staff, administration, or a community member?
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