Some professors are gearing up to go back into the classroom after holding online-only classes for the first two weeks of the semester.
The university's current COVID-19 response includes other virtual initiatives.
Flexible meeting and work times were the most common type of support received.
Police say they stopped the group because going into the woods at night constituted suspicious behavior.
Employees making more than $150,000 will see their salaries reduced.
Some students want administration to be more proactive in preventing racism on campus.
About 15 percent of undergraduate classes will be in-person.
The NWS has extended the flood watch until 8 p.m.
Students have expressed frustration with the school after pushing for anti-racist initiatives.
The university has administered about 20,000 tests.