Due to a significant decline in COVID-19 cases and the increasing availability of vaccines, the University of Wyoming has adjusted its spring semester plan, allowing students and faculty the option of continuing in-person experiences throughout the semester.

Instead of asking students to leave UW’s residence halls and encouraging students to not return following UW’s abbreviated spring break March 31-April 4, the university will maintain residential hall living as an option, as well as continuing to offer student support programs and activities.

This shift is another step toward UW’s plan for a more traditional fall 2021 semester with fewer COVID-19 restrictions.

The final day of classes is May 6, and finals week is May 10-14.

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