BOSTON — As the coronavirus pandemic continues, several Massachusetts colleges have announced their fall plans, with some having class on campus and others transitioning to remote learning.
- The president announced Aug. 10 that the fall semester will be remote learning, with a limited number of students allowed to live on campus.
- Classes for the fall semester at Harvard will be fully online, but the university is inviting freshmen to live on campus.
- Students who will be learning fully remotely in the fall won’t be granted on-campus housing.
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