Add Michigan State University to the growing list of colleges that plans to open its doors to students this fall. The Lansing State Journal reported that the school will invited students back on campus for the fall 2020 semester.
Like many schools, Michigan State plans to welcome students back on campus in early September, however the in-person instruction model will end earlier than usual. After the school’s Thanksgiving break, all classes will be conducted remotely.
Basically, the last three weeks of the fall semester will be done virtually.
“The fall 2020 semester will look different from any previous semester at MSU,” Michigan State University President Samuel Stanley Jr. wrote. “The driving factor behind our decisions will continue to be the health, safety and well-being of students, faculty and staff.”
Other schools in the B1G have already released similar plans for the fall semester. Purdue, Iowa, Nebraska and Indiana are examples of schools who have already made announcements of welcoming students back on campus for the fall.