As LPU prepares to serve students in Fall 2021, university officials intend to resume in-person instruction, while keeping safety and flexibility at the forefront. Life Pacific values the opportunity to gather together and provide face-to-face instruction for students who choose to enroll in on-campus education programs.
Life Pacific University President Angie Richey states, “Throughout this season of courage, our students have navigated many challenges. It is our goal to provide them with the educational opportunities and resources necessary to accomplish their goals and, for many, this means participating in on-campus instruction. Our intention is to expand opportunities for in-person classes and community life programs, while continuing to maintain a safe and healthy environment, in coordination with state and county guidelines.”
LPU’s decisions are in anticipation of an improved situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, in light of recent advancements with vaccinations and optimism from state and county officials. This allows new and returning students and their families to begin planning for campus life this fall.
Details regarding the Fall Safe Return plan will be rolled out over the coming months and will take into account modifications as the county and state require, such as masking, social distancing, outbreak management, and contingencies for hybrid/hy-flex education as needed.
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