In a press release on Wednesday, St. Lawrence College confirmed its plans to carry out its Spring/summer 2021 program delivery via a combination of alternate delivery and in person classes. According to the release, in-person learning will remain a priority for health science and applied programs requiring lab use.
The college will continue to uphold public health measures such as physical distancing, signage, the use of PPE and a health screening process prior to building access.
With regard to the fall semester at SLC, the college has not confirmed whether it will be possible to carry out regular course delivery. “We hope to learn more about whether it will be possible to host larger numbers on our campuses for the Fall 2021 semester in the coming months,” said Glenn Vollebregt, President and CEO, St. Lawrence College.
The college says that remain committed to equipping students with the tools they need, whether in person or virtually. “I am proud and inspired by our students, who continue to work towards achieving their academic goals and who have adapted during a global pandemic,” added Vollebregt.
As of February 24th, there are 2 active COVID-19 cases in the St. Lawrence College community.