OregonLive: The University of Oregon made it official Wednesday: It will operate primarily virtual classrooms this fall due to the pandemic.
Michael Schill, UO president, said freshmen will be welcome to live on campus. But they, too, will do most classwork remotely.
In limited circumstances, such as some labs, studio experiences and other small classes, the UO will provide in-person instruction in accordance with health and safety guidelines around COVID-19, the announcement said.
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