BOULDER, Colo. (Daily Camera) — The University of Colorado Boulder has announced students will return to campus this fall for on-campus housing and in-person classes with new policies and safety measures in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Fall semester classes are scheduled to begin Aug. 24 but students will stay home after the the Thanksgiving break and finish their courses remotely from home. The Daily Camera reported that the university announced its plans on Tuesday. The college will put in place mandatory safety training, mask-wearing requirements and smaller class sizes. The plans are designed to provide students with an on-campus experience while simultaneously implementing safety measures to curtail COVID-19.