The University of Montana has announced it's are working on plans for "face-to-face" instruction for the fall semester.
UM emailed all current students on Monday to let them know that they will "be back on campus this fall" for face-to-face instruction.
Students who have not yet completed their fall registration are being encouraged to do so, according to a Twitter post from UM.
The University of Montana emailed all current students today to let them know that we will be back on campus this fall for face-to-face instruction. Students who have not yet completed their fall registration are encouraged to do so! Academic advisors are standing by to help. pic.twitter.com/mblZDdKngw
— University of Montana (@umontana) May 18, 2020
The letter sent out by UM Vice Provost for Student Success Sarah Swager states UM "is working with various on campus to provide the safest environment as possible."
The Montana University System replaced in-class teaching with remote learning on March 23 due to COVID-19 concerns.
MTN News has reached out to the University of Montana for more details, and we'll have more information as it becomes available.