The ISU is moving towards self-governance and self-determination this year.
Undergraduate students saw a surge in enrolment, while graduate enrolment is not doing as well.
Students can expect a few exceptions of in-person learning similar to the Fall Term.
The campus will have limited in-person activity for the time being.
Centre coordinators were laid off in the summer but will likely be hired for the fall term.
Residences remain open for those unable to travel home.
Provost Vannelli says the university will continue to provide the same standard of education despite the changes.
Philosophy students and professors are concerned over the department’s future.
The university says this is a precautionary measure to ensure the safety and health of students.
Power to Change is appealing the decision.