COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Clemson University plans to hold in-person classes in the fall but synchronize them with online instruction.
University officials said Wednesday that means learning won’t be disrupted if a student is infected with COVID-19 or a second wave of infections closes campus.
School leaders didn’t provide specifics on their plans in an online presentation to university trustees.
The University of South Carolina announced a return to in-person classes in the fall earlier this week.
Also Wednesday, South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster announced he is allowing mini golf, go-kart tracks, museums and amusement parks to reopen in time for the Memorial Day weekend.