UMass Amherst Moves Most Classes On Line

The University of Massachusetts in Amherst is allowing students to return to campus this fall, but it'll be mostly remote learning for the semester.

That was the announcement on Monday. Certain work will be done on-campus, including labs and studio performances.

Students who do want to live on campus will have to abide by strict conditions to prevent coronavirus spread.

It's unclear how many students might live on campus in the fall; last year, the number was about 14-thousand.

Despite the move to remote learning, there will be no break in tuition for parents.

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