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Important Campus Services Update
November 2, 2020
As 2020 continues to test our ability to respond to change, we have decided to postpone the re-introduction of on-campus services and appointments in light of the current COVID-19 surge in Franklin County and throughout Ohio.
The health and safety of our campus community are of the utmost importance. Therefore, to mitigate the risk of illness or injury during the pandemic, Franklin University will continue to only offer classes and support services remotely through December.
If you have scheduled or are considering scheduling on-site classes for the Spring 2021 term, we are currently still accepting registrations for these courses. As the start date approaches, we will continue to monitor the situation and our ability to provide a safe campus experience. Your academic advisor will contact you if your options change.
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