As COVID-19 vaccines become more widely available and new positive cases decline, Rose State College is preparing to welcome students back for a full, in-person return to campus this fall.
“This past year has been marked by resilience and innovation in higher education,” said Rose State President Dr. Jeanie Webb. “We are eager to welcome all students back to campus this fall for face-to-face instruction, which we have seen is the best and preferred method for many students and faculty.”
Rose State first reopened campus to students and faculty in the fall semester of 2020 with extensive virtual class options – including FLEX courses that empowered students to choose their preferred method of instruction – and a rigorous pandemic protocol in effect in accordance with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.
In the upcoming fall semester, Rose State will welcome students back to campus for a more traditional college experience while continuing to provide some FLEX and online options. Rose State officials will remain in close contact with health authorities to determine protocols that promote the health and safety of all individuals on campus.
Learn more information about Rose State’s pandemic protocols here.