The University of Ashland has announced its plans for the Fall semester. Officials with the university stated that classes will resume on campus in the fall, however they will go to virtual classes after Thanksgiving to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. Classes will begin on August 31st, and classes will be held in person and virtually, while students will be able to move into their dorms with a staggered plan to limit foot traffic and congestion. The final three weeks of classes, as well as finals, which falls after the Thanksgiving break, will be held online to limit travel.