This is a Regression ran comparing Longwood University’s new social distancing policy and how worried students are of exposing friends and family to COVID-19 since returning to campus. Students were asked both of these questions in an interval ratio form. First, they were asked to rank how beneficial the policies Longwood has enacted are at reducing the spread of COVID-19 on a scale of 0-10 with 0= Not at all and 10= Extremely beneficial. And secondly, they were asked to rank how worried they are of potentially exposing their friends and family to the virus since returning to campus with 0= Not at all and 10= Extremely concerned. These variables are related because if the policies enacted by Longwood University are not slowing the spread of the virus on campus, then students will be more concerned when going to visit friends and family. For every one unit increase in the worry of exposing individual’s to COVID-19 after returning to campus, there is a -0.021 unit decrease in how beneficial students believe the policies Longwood University has enacted are at reducing the spread of COVID-19. This finding is significant at the .001*** level. This regression model explains .1% of the variation in the worry of exposing individual’s to COVID-19 after returning to campus.