CORVALLIS, Ore. -- Students at Oregon State University's Corvallis Campus will now continue primarily learning remotely during the winter term, according to University leaders.
As with the fall term, courses offered on-site in winter term will be primarily those that have a heavy experimental learning component, such as labs, field courses and some graduate courses.
“As we plan for spring term, OSU will closely monitor COVID-19 conditions and, if possible, provide increased in-person instruction and additional on-site extracurricular and experiential learning opportunities for students,” says the University's President F. King Alexander.
Residence halls, dining centers, the Memorial Union and Valley Library are among the buildings that will stay open in the winter.
School officials will announce winter term plans for the OSU Cascades campus on October 15th.