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ST. LOUIS- Many Missouri and Illinois colleges and universities are starting a new semester with guidelines in place to keep students, faculty, and employees safe during the pandemic.

Institutions have pages on their websites devoted to COVID-19. Some even are keeping count of the number of cases on campus.

Here is a list to the COVID-19 information for nearly two dozen schools as of 9/10:

Missouri schools:

University of Missouri-Columbia: 95 active cases as of 9/25 and 1451 recovered (1,546 total cases)

Missouri State University: 961 positive cases between 8/23- 9/20 (66 cases in the last 7 days)

St. Louis University: 136 positive cases since 8/10

Missouri S & T: 105 positive cases since 8/24

Southeast Missouri State: 187 positive cases since 07/27

Maryville University: 66 positive cases since 8/17

Truman State University: 13 active cases; 76 recovered (89 total)

Lindenwood University: 115 cases

University of Missouri- Kansas City: 27 active cases; 54 recovered (81)

Fontbonne University: 8 cases reported since 8/17

University of Missouri – St. Louis: 23 students and 5 employees as of 9/25

University of Central Missouri: 33 active cases; 416 recovered as of 9/25

Missouri Western: 19 active cases as of 9/25

Harris-Stowe State University: 0 cases reported as of 9/14

Washington University: Classes start Sept. 14 (Brown School, School of Law, School of Medicine begin earlier)

Webster University: 72 confirmed cases as of 9/25

Illinois schools:

University of Illinois: 1,741 students have tested positive between 8/17-9/8. The 7-day average positivity rate is 0.9%.

Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville: 17 students and faculty since Aug. 1 (last updated 8/28)

Southern Illinois University- Carbondale: 149 positive cases since 8/20