UNC Charlotte students return to in-person learning after starting semester virtually
According to the university, the two-week remote start allowed the campus to move past the post-holiday COVID surge.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) – Starting Monday, students at UNC Charlotte are returning to in-person learning.
The spring semester started virtually on Jan. 10. According to the university, the two-week remote start allowed the campus to move past the post-holiday COVID surge.
“It feels good to be back, just to be back on campus and just to see everybody. And be back in-person learning instead of doing everything at home,” student Tiana Faulk said.
Prior to the start of in-person classes, students must have proof of a COVID vaccination, including a booster if eligible, on record or a negative re-entry test conducted prior to returning to class.
Vaccines and booster shots will be offered on campus every Thursday and Friday.
There are four buildings students can go to get a mask if they need one. They are the Popp Martin Student Union, Atkins Library, Niner Central and University Advising Center.
Masks are still required on campus.
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