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On Nov. 18, President John Garvey announced a plan for Spring 2021. In the spring semester, we expect to have a total of 1,172 resident students — each having his or her own private bedroom.
The move-in process will again be staggered over several days, applying the lessons learned by the careful process used last August. All residential students will receive a COVID test as they move into their residence halls January 21-24. In-person classes will be available to all undergraduate and graduate students in spring 2021. Slightly more than 50% of classes are expected to be offered in person, with the rest exclusively online.