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University of Louisville releases plan for fall semester

Classes will be held in-person until Thanksgiving, but after the holiday, classes will move online.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The University of Louisville is preparing to welcome students back to campus. The first day of classes will be August 17.

Classes will be held in-person until Thanksgiving, but after the holiday, classes will move online. For students who would like to begin the year with a fully online schedule, the university said that is an option, but not all courses will be available.

To prevent the spread of coronavirus, everyone on campus must wear masks and practice social distancing. Testing will also be available, and the school will conduct contact tracing. Move-in dates will be split up to allow for social distancing.

On Twitter, the university said in part, "The health and safety of our campus community is our top priority." 

Read the university's full plan below:

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