“We will continue to explore ways to expand and enhance opportunities for in-person experiences this spring,” McPheron said. “Ultimately, these decisions will depend both on the evolution of COVID-19 science and our continued commitment to (university health and safety measures).”
Classes for the spring semester will end on April 21 and final exams will occur April 23 to April 29.
Commencement is expected to take place on May 9, however the format of graduation hasn’t been determined yet.
“As a default, all students, faculty and staff should expect the same sort of comprehensive approach that is in place this fall — including testing, contact tracing and personal behaviors such as face masks, physical distancing and hand-washing,” McPheron said.