CHICAGO (CBS) – Loyola University is planning a full return to full in-person learning in the fall.
The dormitories will also be open.
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Loyola Phoenix student newspaper cited an email Tuesday to the campus community : “We are pleased to announce our plan to fully return to our Chicagoland campuses in Fall 2021 with face-to-face classes and dorm occupancy. This decision was based on the best available data and intelligence, and taking into account the health, safety, and general well-being of our community. ”
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School officials said they are confident in the decrease in cases and the increase in the supply of vaccines, which can be safely reopened.
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Loyola campuses in the Chicago area have been open with limitations this school year, and the university decided not to reopen dorms in the fall.