COVID-19, more commonly referred to as Coronavirus, has arrived on U.S. soil and shifted the landscape dramatically in the last few weeks. Individuals have been quarantined to their homes, grocery stores have been completely depleted of their toilet paper and hand sanitizer supplies, and a simple cough in public is enough to make dozens of heads turn. The greatest impact of COVID-19, though, comes with hundreds of school closures across the country. From college campuses to preschools, education centers are shutting their doors to teachers, staff and students in an effort to eliminate the spread of the virus. The impact of this decision is far-reaching; take a look at just some of the ways campus closures are upending every day life.Though college closures have been met with frustration, exasperation and anxiety, some have prompted anger. Students at the University of Dayton rioted after they were informed that the school was closing all student housing. The Dayton Daily News reports that police officers had to clear the more than 1,000 students that took to the streets with pepper balls and calls to disperse. Some colleges have taken some of the above factors into account. DePauw University in Indiana is allowing students to petition to stay on campus. International students, those without reliable Internet access, students that require specialized equipment in order to complete their courses and any others with extenuating circumstances, are encouraged to petition to stay. Alumni at the school have begun donating to the university’s emergency fund in order to help students with any expenses that have arisen as a result of the school closure. Many colleges have no experience with online learning. While larger universities may be equipped with streaming services and online education sharing platforms, smaller colleges are having to scramble to provide platform access to students. Some are giving students a one-week break from academics in order to adjust their syllabi and lesson plans and learn how to use online platform for their teaching purposes.