Lincoln, NE (March 5, 2021) University of Nebraska Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green began today to provide answers to the many questions surrounding the coming Fall Semester. His general message points to near normal operations. A release to Faculty, Staff and Students today read as follows:
“Our commitment to an in-person campus experience continues, and we are working to be as close to pre-pandemic activities as we can safely be by Fall. While there are many things still unknown, there are several important areas guiding our Fall plans that we can share.
Of course, should local circumstances or those on our campus result in an increased threat of COVID-19 transmission, we will adjust these plans as needed.”
Green ended by thanking all for their cooperation to date:
One of the things that has given me the greatest pride during this pandemic has been the way our faculty, students and staff have responded. Your discipline, flexibility and creativity are what have allowed us to lead the Big Ten in our levels of safe, in-person education, research and creative activity.
Our commitment to an in-person campus experience continues, and we are working to be as close to pre-pandemic activities as we can safely be by Fall.”