Here’s Our List of Colleges’ Reopening Models
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Here's Our List of Colleges' Reopening Models
But that doesn’t tell the full story. Two-year colleges, for instance, are much more likely than four-year colleges to be operating online this fall.
Fully in person
Primarily in person
Graphs show the percent of institutions from each category by academic instruction mode.
Statewide decisions, regional differences, and Covid-19-case counts also appear to play a role:
Explore the data in greater detail below. If you believe your college has been miscategorized, please submit a correction request.
NOTE: The seven-day average represents the average of new cases per day over the previous seven days.
Please contact the College Crisis Initiative at Davidson College at email@example.com for permission to use these data in scholarly research.
Jacquelyn Elias, Don Troop, and David Wescott contributed to this project.