VERMILLION, S.D. (WNAX) – The South Dakota Board of Regents has decided that universities will resume in person classes at the start of the fall term.
Among the first to start is the Law School at USD, which normally begins in the first week in August.
Law School Dean Neil Fulton says it won’t be classes as usual.
Fulton says the economic situation may result in more students looking at a law degree.
Fulton says their numbers may be down a bit this fall from last year.
After spring break in mid-March, all university classes were online only as is the current summer session.