WWU changes its fall classroom plans. Here‘s what that means for students, staff

The Bellingham Herald

Western Washington University is scaling back its plan to bring students back to campus for in-person classes this fall because COVID-19 cases are surging in Washington state and the nation.

Sabah Randhawa, WWU president, announced the decision to students and their families in an online post on Thursday, July 30.

“It appears that our nation is in the midst of a significant increase in COVID-19 cases, and it will take time to reverse the trend,” Randhawa wrote.

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