Johnson and Wales to return to in-person learning in the fall

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE)- Johnson and Wales University announced on Monday its intentions to bring students back to campus in the fall.

The university will offer in-person classes as well as hybrid classes for the fall semester. Students will also have the option to study abroad in select countries if they are vaccinated.

JWU plans to keep the summer courses remote, allowing students to pick up extra credits and get themselves closer to graduation.

JWU Providence Campus President Marie Bernado-Sousa is excited to get students back on campus, “We look forward to our Downcity and Harborside campuses being energized with students as we again offer the traditional college experience inside and outside of the classroom.”

“While we must remain vigilant, there is light at the end of this long tunnel, and we are getting there,” says Bernado-Sousa.

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