The University of Lynchburg Hornets went back to hybrid in-person classes on Monday, per the new rules of the revamped Alert Level 2.
According to the university’s COVID-19 data page as of Tuesday, Sept. 7, there are 12 active positive cases in the student population and an additional 82 students in quarantine and isolation. Since the beginning of the school year on August 12, the university has resolved 186 cases.
As classes at the University of Lynchburg resumed on Aug. 12, students are settling into a new routine that includes both online and hybrid learning.
In the interest of keeping the community safe and preventing the spread of COVID-19, face-to-face class instruction is limited for the fall 2020 semester. Some classes are being taught exclusively online, while others are hybrid, and include both online and in-person components.