Alverno College plans to return to in-person learning in the fall
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) --- Alverno College is planning for the return to in-person learning this fall.
Vice President for Academic Affairs Joseph Foy made the announcement Tuesday, April 13.
“We have been closely monitoring the projected number of individuals who will be vaccinated and working with officials at the local and state health departments, so we are confident in saying that we will welcome our students back for a robust in-person student experience this fall,” Foy said. “We know Alverno is at its best when our community engages together, and we are excited for the entire community to be able to do so on campus.”
Alverno has been doing remote learning following the COVID-19 outbreak in March 2020.
Officials say safety protocols will continue to be in place and will be regularly assessed and updated as needed.
“I’m exceptionally proud of the tireless work our faculty and staff have done to deliver the Alverno experience our students expect and deserve for the past year, but it will be extremely gratifying to see our campus community come back even better and stronger,” Foy said.
The college strongly encourages its students, faculty and staff to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
Alverno continues to maintains its COVID-19 dashboard.