As of this writing, it looks like around 60 percent of the colleges that have announced their plans for Fall 2020 are planning on in-person classes. Those planning a so-called "hybrid" model, where some in-person classes will be held and others will be online, come in at 23 percent. Only eight percent are planning on exclusively online classes. A few (2.5 percent) have yet to decide and six percent are still in the process of choosing which option to pursue.
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