Salisbury University plans to hold most of its classes in-person for the fall 2021 semester. University officials said on Wednesday most activities will resume normally with some safety measures still in place. Face masks, physical distancing and regular COVID-19 testing are likely to remain as requirements for students and employees next fall. “Thanks to our dedicated students and employees, SU is in a better position to move to this level than many of our peers,” a letter from SU president Charles Wight’s office stated.
Salisbury University plans to hold majority of classes in-person come fall 2021
February 18, 2021