Reversing its policy, Castleton University now says that due to rising pandemic numbers (out of state), the fall semester instruction will be online only. However students may still live on-campus.
"Last month, interim president Jonathan Spiro announced that the college would resume regular courses under an altered schedule. Now, with the start of the semester just several weeks away, the public liberal arts college has decided instead to deliver all classes online. It's the first traditional residential college in Vermont to do so. The nationwide spike in COVID-19 cases — including record caseloads and deaths in states such as Texas, Florida and Arizona — prompted the move, Spiro said in an announcement on Wednesday."
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