TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Students at Indiana State University will return to class this week.
Students were still moving onto campus Sunday. The process started last weekend. It's taking longer this year because student arrival was spaced out to avoid larger crowds.
Now, as these students start to settle into their new homes, they're looking ahead to Tuesday. While say they are excited to be back, they're also feeling nervous and worried about what this pandemic will impact next.
"My largest fears are about being in the in person classes that I have that are mixed, if a student were to get it," said student Jack Little.
ISU students and staff will have to fill out a health survey each day. University officials say this will help them respond quickly to any COVID-19 issues.
Once the survey is submitted, students and staff will get a response of "cleared" or "not cleared." If a person is not cleared, that means they cannot go to any in person class or activity. A university contact tracer will also reach out to them. This is all in an effort to stop the spread of the virus on campus.