Ashland University has announced plans to expand in person face-to-face instruction and activities during the fall semester. AU President Carlos Campo said the expansion is due to dropping COVID numbers, vaccine availability and students and faculty doing their part to continue to make things safe on campus.  Campo said that students should expect more face-to-face instruction, dining, housing and co-curricular options for the fall semester. The university is continuing to follow all protocols for keeping students and faculty safe during the pandemic, which will help lead to the expansion this fall.