What we know about Michigan college plans in fall amid coronavirus
With the coronavirus pandemic ongoing, there’s a lot of uncertainty about what life (and education) will look like on Michigan’s college campuses in September. In the coming months, the state’s public universities, private colleges and community colleges will unveil plans for their fall semesters.
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We’ll update this list as schools announce their plans. You can share information about college plans at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Adrian College: In-person classes.
- Albion College: In-person classes.
- Alma College: In-person classes.
- Calvin College: – In-person classes.
- Central Michigan University: In-person classes.
- College of Creative Studies: In-person classes
- Eastern Michigan University: In-person classes.
- Ferris State University: In-person classes.
- Gogebic Community College: Some in-person and some online classes.
- Grand Valley State University: In-person classes.
- Hillsdale College: In-person classes
- Jackson College: fully online for the fall semester.
- Lake Superior State University: In-person classes.
- Lawrence Tech: In-person and hybrid classes
- Lansing Community College: Most classes online-only; courses with required hands-on labs will be held on campus.
- Madonna University: In-person classes
- Michigan State University: In-person classes at start of semester; online-only after Thanksgiving.
- Michigan Tech: In-person classes
- Mid-Michigan College: In-person classes
- Montcalm Community College: In-person classes
- Northern Michigan University: In-person classes.
- Oakland University: A hybrid approach with many classes online, and those that are on campus moved to large rooms to allow students to keep social distance.
- Saginaw Valley State: In-person classes
- Spring Arbor University: In-person classes
- University of Detroit Mercy: Hybrid of online and in-person classes
- University of Michigan-Ann Arbor: hybrid approach and elimination of fall and spring breaks
- University of Michigan-Dearborn, hybrid, with an emphasis on remote delivery
- University of Michigan-Flint, primarily online.
- Walsh College: Student choice of in-person, online or hybrid.
- Wayne State University, hybrid with 20 percent of classes in-person.
- Western Michigan University: In-person classes
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