University of Michigan announces 2021 Fall term plan: Most classes will return to in-person, fans can attend athletic events
(AP Photo/Tony Ding, File)ANN ARBOR – The University of Michigan has just announced its 2021 Fall term plan, and it will be a drastic shift from the current campus environment. According to officials, most classes will be taught in person, residence halls will open at roughly 80% capacity and fans will be able to attend athletic events in the stands. University President Mark Schlissel made the announcement at the beginning of a live COVID-19 briefing on Zoom with other university leaders. Most student-facing services, such as libraries, museums, study spaces, Recreational Sports facilities, counseling, wellness and other support services will have expanded in-person opportunities, while continuing to maintain remote options. Harmon said that new students can expect expanded fall welcome activities and the opportunity to engage with others on campus.