MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The University of Memphis is taking strides to bring more of its college students back on campus.
Starting today, classes that were originally scheduled for face-to-face or a hybrid format in the spring semester will be allowed to meet on campus.
The original plan, like many universities, UofM was only meeting at 20 to 25% capacity and most of the students learning in-person were those in clinicals, labs, and performance classes.
The new plan is part of the University’s next phase.
The plan allows more small classes to meet in-person that was scheduled to do so this semester.
It also allows classes to be at 30% capacity.