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On Monday, students of Kentucky Wesleyan College (KWC) returned to their first day of classes on campus.
Since classes began on Aug. 17, KWC says there will be no Labor Day and Fall Holiday in order to complete classes by Thanksgiving. Final exams will be completed remotely the week after Thanksgiving.
As part of the return to on-campus instruction, students, faculty, and staff are being asked to commit to the "Panther Promise," a social contract that outlines the steps and measures each member of the KWC community will commit to in order to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
Signage has been posted around KWC's campus to remind everyone of the Panther Promise, which encourages social distancing, the wearing of masks, and more.
Additionally, classrooms and meeting spaces at KWC have been reset to allow for appropriate physical distancing.
Regular classes will conclude Nov. 24 with online Final Exams to be taken after Thanksgiving.
More information on the return to class at KWC can be found on KWC's Campus COVID-19 Information page.