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Recovery Readiness: Reopening Student Housing Guidelines

6/10/2020

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Cushman & Wakefield Higher Education experts, in partnership with Brailsford & Dunlavey, have assembled the Reopening Student Housing Guidelines to share experiences, industry knowledge and best practices to higher education institutions.

As the United States begins to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, and as stay-at-home restrictions across the country are lifted, colleges and universities must prepare and plan for the fall 2020 semester. At the time of writing, most intend to open in some capacity in the fall, often with significant modifications to their standard operational procedures to address the pandemic. While the thousands of college and university campuses differ in terms of size, geography, and structure, many commonalities still exist in the ways in which they operate and therefore must adapt to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among their campus communities. 

We are proud to release these guidelines and look forward to connecting with you to learn more about how we can help

 

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