Enrollment, instructional/non-instructional staff and on-campus healthcare capacity data is is based on Fall 2018 IPEDS National Data Center data. Staffing numbers are included to give an approximate indication of institutions’ employment and pre-COVID-19 enrollment. See IPEDS data dictionary here.

Plans for fall 2020: Individual institutional websites.

Healthcare locations: Based on Homeland Infrastructure Foundation-Level Data (HIFLD)

Data we are tracking that does not appear on the display:

  1. Employee work status (on campus/remote)
  2. Status of lab/research work
  3. Protocols for graduate students
  4. Confirmed COVID-19 cases
  5. Recovered COVID-19 cases

Last updated: 7/3/2020

Next update: 7/10/2020

With additional updates for this display, please contact Charlotte Peyser: cpeyser@nebhe.org

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July 6, 2020

Practitioner Perspectives: OER and a Call for Equity

About a year ago, I attended a meeting at the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) focused on reducing the cost of learning materials for college students in our region. I have been pleased since then to work with colleagues across the New England states on NEBHE’s Open Education Advisory Committee that is looking...
June 30, 2020

The Human Dimensions of Enrollment Management

I want to discuss the human dimensions of what I have too often treated (thinking with my instincts as a theoretical physicist) as a scientific methods problem. Experience has taught me that the human forces of a problem are often more important in determining how we meet challenges in an educational institution than the technical...
June 23, 2020

For Some Small Colleges, the Pandemic Could Sadly Be Their Savior

Pre-pandemic, a good number of us lamented the demise of small colleges. Let’s define these here as non-elite colleges with enrollment of fewer than 1,500 full-time undergraduate students. For the most part, these institutions have few graduate programs, a handful at most. Some of these colleges have closed; some have merged; some have partnered. Whatever...


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