Fall semester will look more normal at MSU, according to university’s president

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– Missouri State University President Clif Smart says the fall semester at MSU will look more normal than it has in over a year.

Smart expects high enrollment for online classes and campus activities to return to how they were before the COVID-19 pandemic.

Smart says most staff members will be back on campus and there will be a new wellness incentive program for MSU employees. Employees will receive more than a $300 discount on their 2022 health insurance premiums if they receive the flu shot and COVID-19 vaccine this year.

Smart went over all the new guidelines at the University’s virtual town hall.

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