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McGill University is planning to return to in-person classes for the fall semester

McGill University is planning to return to in-person classes for the fall semester
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McGill University is planning to return to in-person classes for the fall semester

McGill says its residences will be available for all first-year students who request an accommodation for fall and the University is hoping to have a “regular presence” of staff by September.

Concordia is considering a mix of remote and in-person learning depending on public health conditions.

While some components of courses will harness the pedagogical benefits of online teaching, students and teaching staff should plan for a return to more regular rhythms of on-campus academic activity by September,” the statement says. “The health and wellbeing of our community will, of course, remain a top priority, and all necessary health and safety measures will continue to be implemented to ensure that our campuses remain safe places to learn and to work in the coming year,” the statement reads.

Concordia is considering a mix of remote and in-person learning depending on public health conditions.

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