TACOMA, Wash. — The University of Puget Sound in Tacoma announced Monday its “intention to resume in-person course instruction and operations in the spring semester if conditions allow for it.”
In an email sent to students, President Isiaah Crawford said “we anticipate having up to 1,300 students living on campus in the spring, and have reserved 44 rooms for students who may require isolation at any point during the semester.”
The email from UPS also said “we will test campus community members a minimum of once per week throughout the spring semester.”
Other planned measures include modifying common spaces, such as rooms and restrooms, and “enhanced cleaning procedures.”
The university also announced it has canceled its study abroad program.
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