As the world struggles to contain coronavirus, students have been bitten many times. Unfortunately, nothing is set in stone, and this uncertainty can send many into a spiral of anxiety when trying to speculate or plan for the future. Anxiety is often referred to as the fear of the unknown; it is a feeling of worry or unease that frequently occurs when an outcome is uncertain. As we are living through an incredibly uncertain time, it is entirely normal to be feeling anxious about protecting your mental health at University. You may feel levels of anxiety surrounding returning to campus, face-to-face classes and about your health and safety. This is normal, and your worries are valid.