SWOSU Plans to Return to Normal Operations this Fall

Southwestern Oklahoma State University looks forward to a dynamic and engaging return to more normal operations this 2021 fall semester. The university community’s commitment to follow COVID-19 safety protocols and the availability of vaccines are the leading indicators that full, in-person instruction and activities will be possible. “We are proud of our faculty and staff in using innovative methods to ensure that our students receive quality education,” SWOSU President Randy Beutler said. “While virtual learning has its advantages, we want to offer a traditional, in-person environment for our students.” SWOSU’s main concern is the safety and well-being of the SWOSU…

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