Crews on campus are working under social distancing guidelines and COVID-19 screening.
Adjusting to the pandemic, many university clubs and organizations have had to restructure their functioning for this semester, but nonetheless, they hope to attract interest at this year's virtual First Look Fair.
The delay will allow the university to implement campuswide COVID-19 testing, Pines wrote.
With many students returning to campus this fall, Dining Services plan measures to help combat the spread of the coronavirus.
The statement comes as Prince George's County gears up to reopen on June 1.
A pre-finals campus tradition, many students rub the nose of the mascot's statue and leave a gift underneath it in the hopes of recieving good luck on exams. But this year, many are finding ways to do so virtually.
From recreating Cornerstone to looking through mementos.
As the seniors leave their undergraduate years behind, some are taking a look back.