August 27, 2020
First Day Vibes
Classes are off to a great start online, in-person, masked up, and outdoors. See the first-day photos.
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Montclair State students rolled into a new semester that looks a little different than previous years.
Classes resumed in a first-of-its-kind semester on Tuesday, and students attended a mix of online, in-person and hybrid classes. With mask wearing, social distancing and a lot of time outdoors, campus saw signs of life for the first time since the University had to pivot to remote work and instruction in March because of the pandemic.
First Day Photo Gallery
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Red Hawks studying at Harry A. Sprague Library kept to a safe distance.
It may be harder to see the smiles, but Red Hawk Pride is on display.
Thumbs up for the start of the new semester.
A biology lab in Science Hall led by Biology Professor Sandra Adams (on the Zoom screen).
Faculty and students adhere to new safety standards for in-person instruction and labs.
A dance class al fresco in the Quad.
Outdoor classes may be an even more common sight this semester.
Weather permitting, students will be spending time outdoors studying and attending classes.
Taking a break between classes at the Center for Computing and Information Science.
Ready to roll into a new school year.