University of Arizona joins ASU, GCU in plans to return to classes fully in person in fall

By Jamie Landers | Arizona Republic

With COVID-19 cases continuing on a downward trend at all of Arizona’s major universities, the University of Arizona became the third college in the state to announce its plans to return to majority in-person learning in the fall.

In a press release, UArizona President Robert Robbins called the decision a “new beginning” following an “unprecedented academic year.”

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“We know that most new and returning students are looking forward to an in-person academic experience, and we intend to deliver it,” Robbins said. Some classes will still be available online as needed.

Arizona State University and Grand Canyon University have also stated their plans for in-person instruction in the fall. However, Northern Arizona University has yet to decide. 

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