An empty classroom in WMU's Sangren Hall

An empty classroom in WMU's Sangren Hall leaves chairs pushed in neatly, patiently waiting for in-person instruction to begin again. 

Western Michigan University announced on social media that they are going to continue distance education for summer II. The semester lasts from June 25 through August 14.

“The health + safety of our students, faculty and staff are our #1 concern,” reads the announcement.

Summer I is currently being conducted via distance learning.

The most recent update to this story can be found here.

 

 

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