The aim of this study is to examine the relationship between self-esteem and the corona virus awareness levels of students studying at the faculty of sports sciences. The universe of the research consisted of 665 students studying at the Faculty of Sports Sciences at Suleyman Demirel University during the pandemic process. The sample consisted of 290 students determined by simple random sampling method from this student group. Google Forms platform was used to collect data. This method has been preferred in order to maintain social distance during the pandemic process. During the data collection process, information about the study and questionnaires were conveyed to the participants via social networks. The students participating in the study were asked to fill in the personal information form, self-esteem and coronavirus awareness scales. The obtained data were analyzed in the computer environment, the variables were expressed using mean +/- standard deviation, percentage and frequency values, Pearson product moment correlation (r) analysis and regression analysis were applied to reveal the relationship between the scores obtained from the scales. The value p < 0,05 was accepted for the significance level of the tests. As a result, it has been determined that the average score obtained by the students of sports sciences in self-esteem, awareness of the coronavirus and its sub-dimensions is moderate. In addition, while a low negative correlation was found between self-esteem and total coronavirus awareness, contagion prevention and awareness of following current developments, no relationship was found between the sub-dimension of hygiene precautionary awareness.