Carthage College to return to full in-person classes in fall
KENOSHA, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Carthage College in Kenosha will be returning to full in-person classes starting in the upcoming fall semester.
That includes no restrictions on athletics, extracurricular activities or residential halls.
"As we have since the pandemic's start, Carthage will continue to follow all public health guidelines to ensure a safe environment for our students, faculty, and staff," said Carthage President John Swallow. "We have shown this year that we can be successful in difficult circumstances, and the many advances in COVID-19 research and the expanding access to vaccines gives us confidence that we can be together on campus again this fall."
Students taking classes this summer can either take courses in a hybrid of fully-remote format.
"Our faculty and staff have mastered many new skills and technologies during this year of hybrid work and teaching," said Carthage Provost and Chief Academic Officer David Timmerman. "I know many of our faculty members have discovered new ways to engage students and enrich the classroom experience, from 'flipping' their lectures and discussions, to hosting virtual guest speakers. We will all take the best from this year and bring those skills with us as we move forward."
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