BLACKSBURG, Va. (WFXR) — Members of the Hokie community will have a chance Thursday afternoon to learn more about Virginia Tech’s plans for spring 2021.
On Monday, Oct. 19, the university shared its operational plans for the spring semester amid the coronavirus pandemic, including splitting up the traditional weeklong spring break into five one-day breaks.
During a virtual town hall event on Thursday, Oct. 22, university leaders will discuss the spring semester in greater depth.
Virginia Tech says Karen DePauw, vice president and dean for graduate education; Rachel Holloway, vice provost for undergraduate academic affairs; Rick Sparks, university registrar; and Frank Shushok, Jr., vice president for student affairs, will participate in the event, which will be moderated by Dawn Jeffries.
You can watch the virtual discussion live at 1 p.m. by following this link.
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