Tracking Colleges’ Spring-Reopening Plans


Last updated 5:12 p.m. ET January 31, 2021

is among of colleges .

Out of nearly 3000 colleges,
30% are fully online. 30% are fully in person.
30% are undetermined.

The Chronicle has teamed up with Davidson College’s College Crisis Initiative (C2i) to present the reopening models of nearly 3,000 institutions for the spring semester. Most colleges have stuck with similar plans to what they had in the fall (we tracked fall plans here), though you’ll notice some differences. Vastly fewer colleges are opening fully online, and many fewer colleges are opening fully in person as colleges move to more mixed options.

Unpack the trends below, track changes in your state, and find your college in our table below. (Correction requests should be directed here.)

Statewide decisions, regional differences, and Covid-19-case counts also appear to play a role:

Reopening plans don’t follow state lines

7-day new cases per 100k residents

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Explore the data in greater detail below. If you believe your college has been miscategorized, please submit a correction request.

It is against the Chronicle’s User Agreement to replicate or gather data from the site. Please contact C2i to request access to this data or have questions about the methodology used to determine colleges’ learning modalities.

Jacquelyn Elias, Don Troop, and David Wescott contributed to this project.

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