GREENCASTLE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – DePauw University announced it’s reopening plans for the fall semester on Monday. Only freshman and sophomore students will be allowed on campus. The university hopes to have all students return to campus in the spring. DePauw says the reduced number of on-campus students will minimize the risk of illness.
The university released the following details:
- Every student will have a single-occupancy room, including students living in Greek housing, which also allows students to quarantine in place, rather than in isolation, if needed.
- Appropriate physical/social distancing will be easier to maintain, with added flexibility for in-person classroom spaces and formats.
- Adequate isolation space capacity, as per health department guidelines, will be available.
Click here for more details on DePauw’s 2020 plans.