CWI plans for upcoming fall semester

 

The College of Western Idaho is planning to offer a combination of in-person and online learning for its upcoming fall semester, beginning Aug. 24th.

CWI is reducing its maximum capacity for its classrooms by about 50% to maintain social distancing. Masks will be required for all students and employees while on campus, unless an employee is working alone in an enclosed office space.

The Idaho Press reports, classes offered in person will also be made available online. Other safety measures include increased cleaning and the use of Plexiglas shields.

CWI administrators are working to accommodate faculty who are uncomfortable returning to campus as much as possible. He said all employees do not need to work on campus are encouraged to work remotely.

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