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OSU updates plan for spring semester

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Edmon Low Library at Oklahoma State University on November 11, 2020 in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Oklahoma State announced an updated plan for students and faculty for the 2021 spring semester.

Classes will be conducted as hybrid courses, much like the fall semester, but in the spring attendance will be expected and in some cases required.

A positive COVID-19 test or if someone is quarantined because of COVID-19 will be an excused absence.

Upon the study of contact tracing OSU saw no cases tracked back to the classroom, so teachers will no longer have to require seating charts for in-person classes. However, masks will still be required as well as the proper social distancing guidelines inside the classroom.

Students are encouraged to reach out to the professors to ensure the safest semester for all.

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