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How Macomb Community College is preparing to start fall semester virtually

One of Michigan's largest community colleges prepares to return amid coronavirus pandemic

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Macomb Community College will start the fall semester amid the coronavirus pandemic without students at either their Warren or Clinton Township campuses.

They will start the term virtually and eventually pivot back into in-person classes on campus.

We spoke with college President Jim Sawyer about the plan for the fall. Watch the full interview above.

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