TOWSON — Towson University is planning on a full offering of in-person learning, residential housing and campus life in Fall 2021.
While more detailed plans — including course options, schedules and deadlines — will be shared in time, TU said they've already begun to plan and convey some of this in town halls and in conversations around campus.
TU stated they will continue to put the health and safety of the community first, and will follow all best practices as outlined by federal, state and local partners.
On campus, these efforts are being led by their COVID Response Leadership Team. That team — including key leaders from divisions across the university — coordinates TU's strategic management of protocols around COVID-19.
They will also continue Tigers Care health and safety practices — proper mask-wearing, physical distancing, hand-washing and personal work and learning space cleanliness.
TU said they are increasingly confident in the ability to return this fall with the campus looking like it did pre-COVID.