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Messages sent to Roadrunners approved to return to campus

Last week, the provost and dean of students shared welcome-back messages with Roadrunners who are taking, teaching or supporting in-person classes.

By Lindsey Coulter

August 17, 2020

Aerial image of Auraria Campus; On Thursday, Braelin Pantel, Ph.D., associate vice president for Student Engagement and Wellness/dean of students, and Bill Henry, Ph.D., interim provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs, welcomed students, faculty and staff who are taking, teaching or supporting in-person classes back to campus for the fall semester.  

Please note that the number of Roadrunners approved to be on campus this semester is limited, and remote working and learning will continue for the majority of students and employees.  

For the most up-to-date health, safety and campus-access information, please visit the Safe Return to Campus webpage. 

Topics: Community, Health, Policy, Safety

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