BYU will hold classes in person this fall — with all students required to wear masks

Jun 29, 2020 by

Brigham Young University plans to welcome students back for in-person classes this fall — joining the other major colleges in the state in returning to campus despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The private university in Provo announced its plans Tuesday morning, saying that the return will be gradual, at least at first, for the upcoming semester starting in August. Class sizes will be kept small for those coming back. And many courses will be a combination of face-to-face and online learning.

“Fall semester 2020 will begin, and perhaps remain, unlike any other semester at BYU,” said the school’s President Kevin Worthen in a letter to students and staff.

Source: BYU will hold classes in person this fall — with all students required to wear masks – The Salt Lake Tribune

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