CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State University announced plans to resume in-person classes for the summer and fall term on Monday.
School leaders are calling the plan the “Pandemic Resumption Plan” and said the plan was developed by OSU’s Continuity Management Team, public health officials and the governor’s office.
“We are aiming to resume university activities gradually and with flexibility to adjust to guidance from public health authorities, COVID-19 conditions and the availability of medical services in the communities in which we operate,” said Edward Feser, Oregon State’s provost and executive vice president.
The university said it will rework the plan after they get advice from faculty, staff and students as well as if state guidelines change in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For a more in-depth look at OSU’s Pandemic Resumption Plan, click here.