Students who choose hybrid learning will be divided into groups for in-person instruction on a staggered schedule.
Students can benefit from remote learning's flexibility and affordability.
Pines expects the majority of the campus community will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine before the semester starts.
"It’s not the same. It's a lot harder," a student said.
Some needed additional training.
There will be reduced capacity in dorms, and courses with over 50 students will likely be held partially online.
Classes have been held virtually since March 30.