NAMPA, Idaho — Northwest Nazarene University announced Friday that it is actively making plans for students to return to campus for the fall semester.
In a statement shared with the campus community, NNU President Joel Pearsall stated: “When COVID-19 altered our lives during spring semester we didn’t know what the world might look like when it was time to return for fall. While there are still things we don’t know, these past several weeks have demonstrated how strong and resilient the NNU community is, how quickly we can adapt and how effectively we can respond when we believe in the mission we are called to live out…. Our plans are still being developed but here’s what we know for sure: We plan to return to campus for the fall semester.”
More details of the plan should be available by mid-may and updates will be made as needed. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person classes transitioned to remote learning on March 30 after an extended spring break.