NEW JERSEY — Nothing will be more important for New Jersey colleges and universities for the summer and fall semesters than planning. 

It may be most evident to students partaking in their school’s orientations — where they will notice a healthy dose of background on COVID-19 and what their respective institution is doing to lessen the risk of spread. 

Zakiya Smith Ellis, New Jersey’s Secretary of Higher Education, said Wednesday that campuses are expected to look much different from year’s past: face masks worn by everyone, no more buffets and constant sanitization.  

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A 20-plus page set of regulations will help be provided starting today, touching on everything from communal bathroom-use to classroom size.

It will all

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