The COVID-19 crisis is a rapidly evolving situation. Like everyone else, colleges and universities can barely keep up: decisions are made almost daily about cancellations, campus restrictions, and changes in policy. To address this, schools have created COVID-19 resource pages to publish updates, answer questions, and ease anxiety. Because schools are making decisions individually and on their own timeline, the best way to find out a current schools policies is to visit its COVID-19 page. On these pages you’ll find information regarding changes in courses, grading, admissions, summer programs, and campus resources, or you will find links directing you to pages that will address these. (However, if you’re looking for information about school visits, which have all gone virtual, you can head directly to Virtual Admissions Events, which is an aggregated list sent to all NACAC members including BEEC.) Ultimately, the COVID-19 info pages are invaluable resources in this time of uncertainty, and I would recommend using them if you have any questions about a how a specific school is responding to the crisis.
Here is a list of the top 50 colleges and universities along with links to their COVID-19 info pages:
For more information on COVID-19, see BEEC’s COVID-19 Information Hub.