Higher Education COVID Policy Tracker, Fall 2022

The pandemic is not over. Layered COVID mitigation strategies must be in place in order to protect the health of our communities and provide equitable educational and employment opportunities to disabled and chronically ill people.

COVID Safe Campus is tracking COVID policies at the top colleges and universities across the nation through our new Higher Education COVID Policy Database.

In our most recent releases of COVID policy data for Fall 2022, we reviewed the U.S. News Top 50 Best National Universities and Top 50 Best Public Health Schools, the Ivy League, and the Big 10.

 

This is the third edition of our database, detailing changes from mid-September through the end of October, 2022. All schools that recently changed policies are highlighted in the date column, an in depth breakdown of these changes can be found in our change-log and stats tabs.

Check back for updates and an expanded list of schools as we review their policies.

Our goal is to track the policies of as many schools as we can in order to provide the most comprehensive data and comparisons for advocacy and research alike.

We call upon institutions to implement more equitable and science-based COVID policies that protect community health and promote disability inclusion in higher education.

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