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DePauw University returning to classrooms in the fall

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GREENCASTLE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — DePauw University has announced students, faculty and staff will return to normal classroom and living operations in the fall. President Lori White says the decision is based on the university’s following of health protocols, the availability of COVID-19 vaccines, along with the university’s plan to distribute available vaccines. 

“Although we can’t know with certainty what guidelines and practices the Centers for Disease Control and local, state and national agencies will require this fall, we are optimistic about a return to a fully residential campus,” White said. 

White says the university’s COVID-19 mitigation team will continue monitoring the pandemic and will continue to work with local and state health officials on health and safety requirements. White says details about fall plans for class registration, residence halls, work policies and vaccinations will be made available by Academic Affairs and Student Academic Life divisions once they are determined. 

White’s message to the university community can be found here


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