With the start of classes expected to begin in less than two months, faculty and staff at Mount Marty University are busy preparing to teach classes against a backdrop that includes the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic.
President Marc Long says they are looking at what approaches other schools and universities are taking regarding keeping students and faculty safe along with guidance from the Centers of Disease Control.
Long says all the changes that are being made prior to the start of classes are meant to protect the health of everyone on campus while maintaining the schools’ high academic standards.
Long says two of Mount Marty’s Vice-Presidents, Chad Altwine and Katie Harrel are leading the effort to prepare for the fall semester.
August 26th will be the first day of classes for this year’s fall semester at Mount Marty University.