Molloy College to resume full-time in-person classes beginning September 2021

Molloy College officials announced that the school will resume in-person classes beginning September 2021.
“We are extremely pleased that we will once again be able offer a face-to-face learning experience for our students,” said James Lentini, president of Molloy College. “We worked quickly to pivot to an online instruction model at the start of the pandemic in March 2020 and continued to offer the level of education our students have come to expect. We are now looking forward to bringing back the in-person component of a Molloy education, a unique facet that adds an irreplaceable dimension and enhances the learning experience for all concerned.” 
Molloy has been operating a combination of in-person, hybrid and online classes for the 2020-21 academic year due to the pandemic.
The college also reopened its three residence halls to students for on-campus living, limiting students to single and double rooms. It also installed signage to address social distancing guidelines and requiring face coverings in public spaces. 
College officials say the school will continue to follow all COVID-19 guidelines set forth by the Nassau County Department of Health, the New York State Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as it moves toward reinstituting in-person learning.
In addition to enforcing social distancing and mask-wearing policies, the college says it installed temperature kiosks and state-of-the-art air purification systems in residence halls and on-campus buildings.