As colleges and universities across the state prepare for what the upcoming school year may look like amid the pandemic, Beaufort County Community College says they expect to welcome students back to campus this fall.
While the school will continue to offer online courses, and limit the number of students inside classrooms, the biggest safety precaution the school is taking is requiring masks to be worn by all students, faculty, and staff. Masks will be required inside all campus buildings, and anywhere on campus that individuals may not be able to social distance.
Also in the east, Craven Community College says they’re already back to in-person classes in a limited capacity, but they aren’t requiring masks yet. Read more at WITN.