Boise State releases some plans for safely reopening campus


Boise State has released a initial plan for safely reopening the campus, and moving back to in-person classes in the fall semester if possible.

The university announced in March that all summer classes will be virtual. Campus activities and events have been suspended until at least July 5th.

The university says the goal is to continue in-person classes in the fall semester, with appropriate social distancing and increased cleaning. However, they are also making investments in faculty development and infrastructure improvements in case classes have to be delivered online.

KIVI-TV reports, the reintegration process is being overseen by a campus committee with guidance from public health experts, state and local government officials, and other subject matter experts.

The committee will provide more specific information on the reintegration plan next week.