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Pandemic on campus: tell us how your institution is coping

Texas A&M Aggies students during a match at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas.

Campus crowds: a packed stadium at Texas A&M University in College Station in 2019.Credit: Bob Levey/Getty

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, colleges and universities are deciding how to bring researchers and students back for the term. Institutions are taking a wide range of approaches, from telling students to attend online classes from home to bringing everyone back and testing them for COVID-19.

Already, some universities in the United States have opened to students and faculty members, only to see a surge of coronavirus cases on campus that forced them to quickly scrap plans to hold in-person classes.

We’d like to know what it’s like for those going back to their institutions — virtually or in person — during these unprecedented times.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-020-02452-9

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