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Angelo State temporarily shifts to hybrid learning format, beginning Monday, Aug. 30

Classes will be shifted from primarily in-person formats to a hybrid format from Aug. 30-Sept. 17.
Credit: Angelo State Unversity

SAN ANGELO, Texas — As positive cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in the Concho Valley, Angelo State University announced on its website it will shift classes from a primarily in-person format to a hybrid one.

This protocol will begin Monday, Aug. 30 and last through Friday, Sept. 17.

All campus services will continue to be available, according to the website.

Students, faculty and staff are required to complete the wellness screening daily before coming to campus or leaving residence halls. Additionally, visitors will be required to complete a wellness screening.

All campus event attendees should be prepared to show wellness screening badges, as well as have temperatures checked before entering the facility.

Masks are strongly encouraged and washing hands is highly encouraged to prevent the spread of all germs.

Students who do not pass the wellness check should contact their instructors, just as they would for any illness. Students who do not feel comfortable coming back to in-person classes should look for online class opportunities or seek an ADA accommodation.