Thomas C. Galligan, Jr. ,LSU Interim President and Professor of Law, addressed students, faculty and staff in a letter announcing their plans for Fall 2021. "Assuming that vaccinations proceed as expected, we anticipate that by fall, we will be able to operate the way we did before the onset of the pandemic." The university is hopeful that person -to-person classes will resume in the fall. The full letter can be read by clicking here.
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The university is hopeful that person -to-person classes will resume in the fall.
Posted: Feb 24, 2021 11:30 AM
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