UArizona to allow more students on campus starting next week

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By Rachel Gossen | KTAR  

The University of Arizona will increase in-person class sizes starting Oct. 26, the university announced on Monday.

Flex in-person classes of 50 or fewer will have the option of beginning in-person instruction next week.

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Currently, only classes of 30 or fewer “that were designated as in-person courses at the start of the fall semester” are allowed to meet on campus, according to a press release.


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