The University of Central Oklahoma announced plans to hold classes in-person for the fall 2021 semester. A significant part of those plans includes continued adherence to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines and encouraging all students, faculty and staff to get the COVID-19 vaccination when eligible. “We’ve committed to creating an environment that supports in-person learning while simultaneously limiting the spread of COVID-19. As the state and nation’s vaccination programs ramp up, we anticipate a fall semester that will be closer to our traditional balance of in-person and online classes,” said UCO President Patti Neuhold-Ravikumar. “Our faculty, staff and…

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