University of North Carolina students wait outside of Woolen Gym on the Chapel Hill campus as they wait to enter for a fitness class Monday, Aug. 17, 2020. (Julia Wall/The News & Observer via AP)

Earlier this month, on the heels of a semester that saw thousands of students, faculty and campus workers test positive for COVID-19, Mississippi colleges and universities reopened for spring. As students returned to their dorms, self-reported cases in college towns across the state jumped. 

With the spring semester getting into gear, Mississippi Today would like to hear your thoughts on how your school is handling the COVID-19 pandemic. Are you a student trying to navigate studying from home? A professor struggling to choose between teaching in-person and protecting your health? A campus worker who’s been laid off? We want to hear how the pandemic is affecting your semester. Share your thoughts with us by filling out the form below.

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Molly Minta covers higher education for Mississippi Today. She works in partnership with Open Campus, a nonprofit news organization focused on investigating higher education. Originally from Melbourne Beach, Florida, Molly reported on public housing and prosecutors in her home state and worked as a fact-checker at The Nation before joining Mississippi Today. Her story on Mississippi's only class on critical race theory was a finalist for the Education Writers Association National Awards for Education Reporting in 2023 in the feature reporting category.