WMU will resume in-person classes in the fall

The university plans to reopen while maintaining a safe environment.

Western Michigan University will reopen for in-person classes next fall, according to an article in Bridge Magazine.

In a letter to staff, university President Edward Montgomery said that school officials are “working through multiple instructional scenarios and planning operational procedures that will make a safe fall on campus possible.”

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That comes just a few days after he announced “substantial” layoffs at the school.

You can read the full story here.

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