With the pandemic worsening in recent weeks, Northwest College has announced its intent to continue operating under a hybrid model for the spring semester. 

The hybrid model, which is a mix of in-person and online courses for students, has been a success through the fall for the college, with only a few dozen cases in the school’s more than 1,300-member student body. 

“The plan allows NWC to pivot quickly and to the best of the college’s ability as conditions change throughout the semester,” the school said in a release.

Those on campus will be required to social distance and wear masks, including members of the general public. 

Classes start Jan. 13 and registration for full-term classes will be open until Jan. 20. 

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