MSU: 75% percent of fall undergrad classes will be in person

Michigan
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in Grand Rapids.

Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in Grand Rapids.

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan State University plans to offer in-person instruction in 75% of undergraduate classes in the fall.

Spectators will be welcomed again at sports events and performing arts shows.

President Samuel Stanley Jr. shared the news in a letter to the community Friday. Stanley is encouraging staff and students to get a COVID-19 vaccination as soon as they qualify. Stanley didn’t offer any details about attending Big Ten games on campus but says spectators will be allowed.

Stanley says attendance will depend on state rules for large crowds.

Most undergraduate classes at MSU have been online since after the outbreak began a year ago.

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