Universities across the country that are remote pivoting to instruction and delay the start of the spring semester may have captured the headlines, but are in the minority. The vast majority of institutions return to learning in person as scheduled.

According to data from the university crisis initiative at Davidson College, nearly 90 percent of colleges and universities are welcoming students to the campus. Also, 98 percent will start on time, data from a sample size of 502 institutions.

"There are a number of institutions that bring students to the programming," said Rylie Martin, assistant director of the university. Initiative crisis, or C2I. "Many are keeping mitigation strategies covid from the fall semester, which means having masking indoor mandates that require re-entry tests once students return to campus or try before returning."

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