CLARION, Pa. (KDKA) — Clarion University released its plans to return to in-person classes for the upcoming fall semester.

The semester will start on August 17 and and end before Thanksgiving.

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After the holiday, students will remain at home where they will finishing classes and take final exams remotely.

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The university says it will modify on-campus activities and protocols to keep students safe amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

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