College students at Texas State University are happy to be back on campus, even with mask requirements, smaller classes and quiet quads.
One student said there were several points she wanted to address as her program will be directly impacted by the cuts.
They say these restructuring efforts strengthen the university’s ability to absorb changes related to COVID-19.
Men's and women's tennis, men's and women's golf and men's soccer will be cut, and cheer will be transitioning to a club team.
Officials say say that the decision was made due to the rapidly evolving situation regarding the coronavirus here in Austin and that they believe it is in the best interest of the campus community to close.
On Thursday, University officials said that the plan to keep coronavirus away would not include closing dorms or shutting down the campus.
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