Marquette University announces plans for in-person learning this fall
By: CBS 58 Newsroom
Posted: Mar 1, 2021 6:50 PM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Marquette's president says students should be ready to head back to class this fall.
In a message to the entire campus Monday, March 1, President Michael Lovell said Marquette will be back to a much more normal situation next fall.
MU is planning for an in-person academic and residential campus experience.
"Our residence halls will be back to normal capacity, our classrooms will be back to normal capacity, but what we are hearing is that probably there will be some mask-wearing, the degree to which that will exist we're unsure at this time," he said.
Lovell says the school will continue to work with public health officials and ensure all proper health and safety protocols in place.