Saige Kratenstein, a junior marketing major, lost her father from complications due to COVID-19.
Classes have been held virtually since March 30.
Although the center hasn't seen an increase in calls yet, its director says he's been monitoring the volume.
Facing lost income and seismic changes to their daily routines, College Park residents hold out for better times.
“My first reaction was like, ‘What do I do?’” one student said.
The virus has killed at least 130 people in China so far.
The results come almost a year after Olivia Paregol's death.
Treating employees of color poorly discourages students of color from enrolling.