Brady Lundt, MTN Reporter
May 2, 2020
President Sydney McPhee announced on Thursday that MTSU plans to resume on-campus classes and operations this fall.
The decision comes after the university switched to remote learning for the remainder of the spring as well as upcoming summer classes due to COVID-19.
McPhee stated that a team of faculty and community leaders led by Mark Byrnes will help with plans and recommendations for how to handle the reopening.
“Again, I want to emphasize that we will consider the health and welfare of our community with every decision we make,” said McPhee. “We will be prepared to adapt should public health guidelines or orders dictate that we alter our plans.”