PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The South Dakota Board of Regents have approved plans for all six state universities to return to normal operations for the fall term.
Janice Minder, Vice President for Academic Policy and Planning, says the plan will use experiences from the pandemic.
Minder says there will be a lot of preparation over the summer.
Minder says vaccinations should be available for all that want them by the end of the academic year in May.
Students were on a compressed schedule for the fall term along with many online classes. Most campuses expanded the spring schedule along with more in person classes.