Harvard reveals plans for fall; majority of undergraduates will not come to campus

Harvard Stadium, Cambridge, MA. Public domain photo.

A majority of Harvard’s undergraduate students will not be on campus this fall, and it’s unlikely they will be for the spring.

As the Boston Globe reports,

In all, only 40 percent of Harvard’s undergraduates will be on campus starting in September, and all teaching will be done remotely. In the spring freshmen will return home, and seniors will come to Cambridge. Students will be housed in single-room dormitories, and most of the non-residential buildings in Harvard Yard will be off limits, the university outlined in its plans Monday.

It appears that all spring instruction will be delivered remotely, as well.

The university did not make any reference to university sports.

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