Colleges Adapt Plans To Resume Classes Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
With coronavirus cases hovering at near-record highs, a growing number of Ohio colleges and universities are rethinking on-campus plans for the fall.
Miami University has reversed its decision for an on-campus start, opting for online only. Ohio University is taking a phased-in approach.
Ohio State will reopen, but students and faculty must sign a Buckeye pledge to return to campus, undergo random testing, and wear masks.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, what fall semester will look like on college campuses in Ohio.
- Jennifer Smola, higher education reporter, Columbus Dispatch
- Melissa Shivers, senior vice president of Student Life, Ohio State
- Roaya Higazi, student body president, Ohio State
- Dr. Carlos Campo, president, Ashland University
- Rock Jones, president, Ohio Wesleyan University
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