HAMILTON, Ohio (WDTN) — Miami University will resume in-person and hybrid classes on campus Sept. 21, with a phased move-in planned during the week of Sept. 14.
Currently, the university has seen a total of 1084 cases of COVID-19 among its student body, not including the five employees who tested positive.
An update made Sept. 9 says that the on-campus student population will be significantly lower than before, with the density of students living on-campus being reduced by approximately 40%. The choice to go remote is still available to students and families as well.
Following its previously established testing procedures, the university will continue surveillance and wide-net testing of random samplings of students.
Click here for the latest coronavirus numbers from Miami University.
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