Florida State University students move out of dorms
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Students returned to Florida State University’s campus on Thursday to move out of their dorms, nearly three months after they closed because of the pandemic. While students are moving out, university leaders are continuing to develop plans designed to keep students safe when they return to campus in the fall. When students left for spring break, they didn’t realize it’d be the last time they’d see campus for nearly three months. And the University of Florida has suggested testing wastewater at dorm buildings for virus particulars in order to spot outbreaks. While most students are moving out at FSU, the university told us international students are still living in the dorms since they can’t travel back home.