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Jax Daily Record Monday, Jun. 8, 202004:50 PM EST

UNF developing plan to reopen classes, campus

Town hall meetings are planned with faculty, students and staff.
by: Max Marbut Associate Editor

The University of North Florida presented its draft Blueprint for Return to Campus in Fall 2020 during a conference call June 8 with the UNF board of trustees.

The draft blueprint, approved by the board at the meeting, can be viewed at

As requested by the Florida State University System, the draft blueprint provides operational strategies in the priority areas of a healthy campus environment, a healthy community environment, COVID-19 testing, contact tracing and surveillance and academic program delivery. 

“This draft blueprint represents the combined efforts of the COVID-19 Task Force, four distinct working groups and continued input from across the Osprey community to ensure a thoughtful and responsible return to campus this fall,” said UNF President David Szymanski in a news release.

The draft plan is intended to provide an overview of the university’s reopening strategy and will evolve with feedback and new information about the status of COVID-19.

UNF plans to hold town hall meetings with faculty, staff and students. A web portal will be launched to provide members of the Osprey community an opportunity to comment and offer recommendations.

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