Education • University Education
2020-07-07T08:30:01+00:00

Harvard announces reopening plans, only allowing up to 40% of students on campus

Harvard announces reopening plans, only allowing up to 40% of students on campus
Harvard Law Building, Cambridge, United States Credit: unsplash.com/Emily Karakis

On Monday, Harvard University announced its reopening plans for the next academic year. All first-year students are set to attend courses on campus during the fall semester but will be studying remotely in spring so seniors can return before their graduation. Furthermore, the university will only allow up to 40 percent of its undergraduate students on campus, asking the rest of its student body to study remotely while fees and tuition will remain the same.

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