Which Missouri universities are requiring masks

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Students wearing masks make their way through the University of Chicago campus, Thursday, May 6, 2021, in Chicago. Even as restrictions relax across much of the United States, colleges and universities have taken new steps to police campus life as the virus spreads through students who are among the last adults to get access to vaccines. (AP Photo/Shafkat Anowar)

ST. LOUIS– The start of a new college semester is drawing near for millions across the country. Last year the school year started with remote classes for many.

The publication University Business says while many higher education institutions hoped to be mask-free this year, they are choosing to mandate face coverings for all. That is also the new recommendation from the CDC.

The publication also has a list of which colleges in each state are requiring masks.

MISSOURI: Columbia College, Lincoln University, Saint Louis University, Truman State University, University of Missouri, University of Missouri-St. Louis, University of Missouri- Kansas City, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Washington University, William Jewell College

You can see a complete list of all states on University Business’s website.

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