Source: Ithaca Voice
ITHACA, N.Y. — Cornell University will begin the fall semester with a mix of in-person and virtual instruction on Sept. 2, the university announced on Tuesday.
Students will return home before Thanksgiving break and will finish the fall semester with online classes and exams in December, according to a statement from the university released June 30. The university also announced that there will be a delayed start to the spring semester, which will start Feb. 9. Instruction for the 2020-21 academic year was originally planned to start Aug. 27, and the spring 2021 semester was set to begin Jan. 26. Students who are unable to return to Ithaca this year will have remote learning options.
Last week, the university released its reopening reports presenting options to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus.
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