(Last updated at 10:17 a.m., Eastern, on August 22, 2020.)
The coronavirus pandemic has left higher-education leaders facing difficult decisions about when to reopen campuses and how to go about it. The Chronicle has teamed up with Davidson College’s College Crisis Initiative (C2i) to present reopening plans for nearly 3,000 institutions. (You can still see The Chronicle‘s tracking data, from before the C2i partnership, though that information is no longer being updated.)
Here’s how the national picture breaks down:
But that doesn’t tell the full story. Two-year colleges, for instance, are much more likely than four-year colleges to be planning an online fall.
Statewide decisions, regional differences, and Covid-19-case counts als