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St. Scholastica plans for in-class courses come fall

College of St. Scholastica

DULUTH, MN -- The College of St. Scholastica plans on reopening its Duluth and extended campuses starting in the fall.

President Barbara McDonald announced Friday that the college will reopen its campuses and residence halls for the fall semester.

Courses will be taught both in-person and virtually. For those students taking online classes, there will be no changes.

Officials say they plan to start classes on September 8, but they are aware it could change if the pandemic circumstances require it.

The announcement said with the reopening, leaders will ensure the safety of the faculty and staff, as they plan to implement social distancing by reconfiguration in classrooms, gathering spaces, offices, etc.

The announcement also said the college will be adjusting courses to keep in-person classes small.

Molly Wasche

Social Media and Digital Content Manager

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