UPLAND, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Taylor University has announced students, faculty and staff will return to regular academic schedules this fall. The 2021-2022 academic year will begin with in-person classes on August 30 and will include a full spring break.
The university says it will comply with instructions from state and local health officials regarding COVID-19 protocols.
“This year has brought many reasons to celebrate,” said Provost and Executive Vice President Dr. Michael Hammond. “Our shared creativity in classes, cooperation with cleaning protocols, and measured care for one another have meant that Taylor has been able to keep our campus truly open to students, with most of our classes meeting in person.”
The university says masks will still be required in academic buildings, administrative buildings and chapel.