KWC Returning to In-Person Classes Following Temporary Pause

On Monday, Kentucky Wesleyan College President Thomas Mitzel announced the College's return to in-person instruction following a temporary switch to virtual instruction caused by a recent spike in COVID-19 cases.

Posted: Mar 22, 2021 3:09 PM

Kentucky Wesleyan College (KWC) President Thomas Mitzel said Monday that the College would soon be returning to in-person instruction.

President Mitzel's announcement comes after in-person classes were temporarily paused due to a rise in positive COVID-19 cases coupled with the limited number of quarantine space available on the KWC campus.

In-person classes at KWC will resume on Tuesday, March 23. Resumption of campus activities and events is also resuming effective immediately.

Monday's announcement of the resumption of in-person activities at KWC comes with the College's move nack to Level 2 (yellow) on its threat level indicator table.

“Thanks to your vigilance and concern for the safety of those around you, the campus was able to move back to Level 2 (yellow) today, Monday, Mar. 22, 2021,” President Mitzel shared in a campus-wide communication. “Classes will remain virtual through Mar. 22, 2021 but will return to normal on Tuesday, Mar. 23, 2021. All other activities are able to resume on campus at noon Monday, Mar. 22, 2021. Campus food services will remain grab and go through this evening and will return to normal operations Tuesday morning.”


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