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Jan 6, 2022

Panhandle State Communications

OPSU Starts Spring 2022 Semester on January 10th

Oklahoma Panhandle State University will continue a traditional classroom setting with the start of the Spring 2022 semester on January 10th.

OPSU Interim President Dr. Ryan Blanton stated, “We are prepared and ready to have a safe and successful spring semester. I am confident that this semester we will build on our momentum and further enhance the University’s reputation of excellence.”

OPSU ensures a safe and healthy experience for students, faculty, staff, and community members. Alongside campus health advisors, OPSU will continue to monitor the Oklahoma State Health Department’s recommendations and guidelines. While masks are welcome, they are not required. All Aggies have to do their part to keep each other safe and successful in the classroom.

OPSU offers in-person, hybrid, and online classes to accommodate all students. Students are encouraged to check Aggie Scholars frequently for class updates. Please reach out to your advisor or the Academic Resource Center arc@opsu.edu with any concerns.

Vaccines and testing are available here. For those infected with or exposed to COVID-19, we will follow the quarantine and isolation protocols from the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

Please check our OPSU website regularly at https://opsu.edu/coronavirus for the most updated information.

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