Many WSU student organizations have worked hard to develop plans to operate safely this fall, remaining virtual or creating new virtual events.
Many students are planning to stay involved this fall by continuing to participate in their organizations and by using the library and dining services.
The Library staff have worked hard to ensure they create a safe and clean environment, providing many services online and planning new arrangements.
Chartwells, is working hard to implement new safety protocols while also using pre-existing services to allow faculty, staff and students to dine safely.
A new program called Jump-Start is benefiting many, including recent high school graduates who were given the opportunity for one free course.
Required standardized tests such as the ACT and SAT are becoming an optional step for enrollment at many universities in Ohio.
Many universities in Ohio are planning to return to their campuses this fall by implementing safe practices and modifying their fall semester schedule.
Students are still finding ways to stay connected with each other by using social media platforms and participating in virtual events and classes.
New students can tour campus virtually through an interactive map as well as live tours. This will allow new students to take a tour through campus.
New students will have a different orientation experience this upcoming semester while they prepare for their first semester as orientation becomes virtual.