TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Indiana State University students started the fall semester move-in process Sunday.
It will be spread across nine days as students are required a date and time for move-in.
Faculty, students and staff will fill out a daily online questionnaire to monitor their symptoms and help with possible contact tracing. They will also be given two face masks from the university.
According to school officials, classrooms will be at 50 percent capacity when the semester starts on August 18.
Students will be able to finish the semester online after Thanksgiving.