Lawrence, KS – According to the statement, the course schedules are being developed to offer in-person instruction for most courses.
The officials say that the return to in-person instruction and services will be “as much as possible” but there are factors determining that.
The University of Kansas said:
“There are many factors that may affect this plan, such as vaccination roll-out and possible surges in infections, and we’ll continue to watch conditions and keep you informed should our teams advise caution.
In our classrooms and workspaces, we’ve been largely successful in controlling the spread of COVID-19 through masking, attention to air flow in buildings and classrooms, physical distancing, and enhanced disinfection and cleaning measures.”
An update on plans is expected by the end of March.