The Fall 2021 semester at Aquinas College should look like normal in-person classes and student activities, according to the announcement made Tuesday by the school. 

In-person instruction will take place this fall on campus. The news release also states that in-person student activities, open on-campus housing, in-person athletics practices and competitions with spectators and alumni activities in person – including Homecoming will all happen.

Aquinas College President Kevin G. Quinn told Fox 17,

"Aquinas College’s students are at the core of our mission, and our plan for fall centers around providing them with the best experience possible as safely as possible. Health and safety will continue to be our priority, and we will adjust our plans as needed.”

New students will move in on Aug. 21, returning students will move in on Aug. 23. Aquinas College said they are looking forward to the energy, creativity and joy that the students bring. The college did hold in-person classes this past year except during the state-wide shut down.