Enrollment data is based on Fall 2018 IPEDS National Data Center data and instructional and non-instructional staff data is based on 2018 IPEDS data and 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.

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: 5/29/2020

Next update: 6/5/2020

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

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June 2, 2020

Practitioner Perspectives: Corcoran on NOLO—No-Cost & Low-Cost Course Designators

The rising cost of college textbooks has been well-documented over the past few years. Reports indicate that textbook prices have risen by over 800%—three times the inflation rate over the past 50 years, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. A study from the Florida Virtual Campus documented the academic impact that textbook costs...
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May 26, 2020

Will the Scarring Show? Graduating in the Time of COVID-19

2020 will forever be remembered as the year of COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus. This year, the term “social distancing” became part of our vocabulary, and virtual proms and online commencement ceremonies became commonplace. According to Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce analysis of HIS Markit Forecast Summary of May...
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May 21, 2020

Practitioner Perspectives: A NEBHE Q&A with Thomas Edwards on Helping Students Save Money on Textbooks

In the following Q&A, NEBHE’s Fellow for Open Education Lindsey Gumb asks Thomas College Provost Thomas Edwards about the Waterville, Maine, college’s plans to use a new grant from the Davis Education Foundation. The college’s focus on melding access and affordability through OER (Open Educational Resources) is especially relevant in the current shift to online...
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"We stand with the leaders, faculty, staff and students from New England higher education in opposing racism... We unite with Black communities and allies across the region...in calling for a just and equitable society."
Education is fundamental to creating that society... #nebhe
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New England Board of Higher Education Issues Statement on Racial Violence https://conta.cc/3dmGisU

Announcing NACAC Virtual College Fairs! Get ready for a dynamic, new, digital meeting space for students & college admission reps. NACAC’s virtual fair dates are Aug. 19, Sept. 13, Oct. 12, & Nov. 8. Exhibitor registration opens in early June. Learn more! http://virtualcollegefairs.org

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