AUSTIN, Texas - Concordia University Texas has announced it's plan to return to normal operations in the fall.
The university will be opening face-to-face and hybrid classes as well as residential living, and all on-campus activities.
The university administration says it will continue to monitor local, state, and federal health guidelines over the coming months to reevaluate its plans for the fall semester. The university has also stated that it was to ensure the health and safety for all students and staff.
"We are a Christian institution of higher education providing a high-quality education in a safe and welcoming environment," added university provost and executive vice president Kristi Kirk.
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