Vincennes University Returning to In-Person Learning in Fall 2021

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Students of Vincennes University will be returning to full face-to-face instruction and campus activities in Fall Semester 2021 after a vote made by the Board of Trustees.

Posted: Feb 25, 2021 4:54 PM

Vincennes University says it's looking ahead to Fall 2021 with a vote made by the Board of Trustees, allowing full face-to-face instruction and full campus activities to resume beginning with the Fall Semester of 2021.

The VU Board of Trustees voted to resume full in-person learning and activities during a Zoom meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 23.

VU says the vote was made with the goal of offering active and engaging experiences both inside and outside of the classroom for students.

“I know it’s where our students want to be. I know it’s where our faculty and staff want to be. I know we will find a way to do it safely,” VU President Dr. Chuck Johnson said.

The decision to return to full-on in-person learning and activities comes after University officials called off classes for the rest of the semester in November 2020.

University administrators will continue to follow the rules and recommendations of local, state, and national officials, according to VU.


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