In a Morning Brew + Generation Lab poll, we asked 524 college students across the US about their experiences back on campus.

Here is what we learned...…
Vaccine mandates

The majority support vaccine mandates on campus. 56% of college students believe that their school should require vaccinations. Image
College communication has been mostly good.

On a scale of 1–10, students gave their schools an average score of 8 in terms of clarity about Covid safety rules on campus.
Student trepidations

The biggest concern for the fall was not getting the full social experience of college (42%), followed by not getting the full academic value (29%), and then contracting Covid-19 (22%). Image
Proof of vaccination

When we asked students to select all the places they thought should require proof of vaccination, most people said in-person classes (62%), while school sporting events (56%), dorms (51%), Greek-life events (45%), and off-campus businesses (26%) followed.
Students definitely, maybe trust their school.

Only 28% of students had complete trust that their schools would keep them safe from Covid, while 47% of students said, “Yes, sort of.” Image
You can read the full findings here:…

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