The plan for in-person classes has been announced for Spring Arbor University.

In a news release from the university, they stated that classes are going to be adjusted to work with social distancing. Classes that would've been longer will be made shorter, and homework will be assigned and submitted online, according to WILX.

Any student arriving or taking classes on campus will be tested before or after they arrive.

Occupancy levels in dorms, as well as the cleaning techniques, are going to be adjusted in response to COVID-19.

Guests are not going to be allowed to be on the campus or in the residence halls.

More info can be found here.

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