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VU Planning In-Person Classes this Fall


Vincennes University is among a growing list of colleges and universities planning to resume in-person instruction. 

On the VU website, President Dr. Chuck Johnson says COVID-19 cases seem to be on the waning side and vaccines seem to becoming more prevalent, so the university is beginning to plan a fall semester that “resumes normality to the greatest degree possible.”

Johnson said VU has taken its responsibilities “very seriously” to keep faculty, staff, students, and community safe during the pandemic.

University administrators are said to be carefully monitoring the pandemic and will continue to follow the rules and recommendations of local, state, and national officials.

Johnson said all signs are pointing to having the pandemic under control by mid-summer but if that changes, he said VU will be ready to pivot in ways that maximize the student experience, while keeping everyone safe.

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