Texas Tech University

Texas Tech tests the waters for fall semester by bringing 350 students to campus for summer classes

Texas Tribune

July 7, 2020

Texas Tribune - The 30 summer classes mark the first time in-person instruction has been offered at Texas Tech since the university closed its doors in the spring. Reopening gives campus leaders a look at what a large-scale collegiate return could look like this fall.

The 350 students returning to campus represent a small fraction of the 10,278 who are enrolled in the second round of summer courses, university President Lawrence Schovanec told The Texas Tribune. And the students will be spread across 30 classes, consisting mostly of performance-based studios, science labs and internship courses that are more challenging to deliver effectively online.

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