Organizations and institutions of all types across the country are trying to figure out when their day-to-day operations can return to normal, or rather as close to normal as possible in a world that will probably be forever changed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Colleges and universities are among those organizations and institutions attempting to figure out what “normal” will look like.
That includes Mississippi State University. But it appears that MSU has started to come up with a plan.
The university announced Wednesday that it intends to get students back on campus for the fall semester for “in-person classroom and laboratory instruction.”
From Mississippi State’s news release:
“Mississippi State University President Mark E. Keenum said the university is fully committed to welcoming students back to campus this fall and that plans to resume in-person classroom and laboratory instruction in the Fall 2020 semester are “on schedule and taking solid form” as the university continues development of specific new operating guidelines.”
This applies for both of Mississippi State University’s campuses, according to that news release.
For more information on Mississippi State’s plans for the fall semester, click here.
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