More and more schools across the country are starting to sort out their plans for classes this fall.

While it is likely that there will be more virtual classes than ever before, some universities are announcing plans for students to return to campus.

On Monday, Vanderbilt reportedly decided on a course of action. Per reporter Chris Lee, the school will have classes on campus starting Aug. 24, with in-person classes ending before Thanksgiving:

Lee’s tweet says he thinks this is a good sign for football, and that does seem to be the case. We’ve seen other schools adopt the model of stopping in-person classes by Thanksgiving.

We’ll see if those measures allow us to have a college football season.