The University of Missouri’s faculty council turns down an early-start proposal for the fall semester.
ABC 17 reports members of the council rejected a plan Thursday that would’ve started classes on Aug. 12.
The plan included in-person classes until Thanksgiving break, then online-only finals afterward.
Some colleges are considering earlier starts to the fall semester in case of a second coronavirus wave in the winter.
(This story was last updated at 5:58 a.m. Friday.)