IUP Plans On Having In-Person Learning This Fall

Students will be assigned to teams attending classes in-person and online

Paul Rasmussen
May 21, 2020 - 11:29 am

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INDIANA, Pa. (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - Students and professors will be seeing each other in-person or by Zoom this fall at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

President Michael Driscoll sent a message to students Thursday morning outlining the university’s plan for classes, housing and meals.

In the message Driscoll says that classes will be divided into teams of students.

Each team will attend a class physically on specific days and take vertical classes on other.

Technology is being in classrooms to accommodate the change.

More information can be found on IUP’s website.

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