North Greenville University announces reopening plans for fall 2020 semester
North Greenville University announced Thursday it will open its Tigerville and Greer campuses for in-person instruction beginning on Aug. 20.
“We are excited to welcome students back to campus for the fall semester,” NGU President Gene C. Fant Jr. said. “We will overcome these challenging days together as the North Greenville family. Every necessary precaution will be put in place to ensure the safest educational experience is available to the students we serve.”
The university’s preparations for the fall semester include two primary focuses: wellness and enhancements to the student experience.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, a new wellness center has been launched, which will include an on-campus health clinic staffed professionally and enhanced mental health services through the university’s Office of Counseling Services.
Throughout the summer, deep cleaning of all facilities will be performed by the Budd Group, a national leader in sanitization and janitorial services, along with the university’s Campus Enhancement Services.
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