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Royals Back Together

Royals Back Together
Students return to a fully in-person semester in August.

The University announced its Royals Back Together plan for the return of in-person classes and activities for the fall 2021 semester in August. On Aug. 30, students returned to in-person class instruction and activities. Only graduate courses that were offered online prior to the pandemic are offered in an online format. The previous academic year was a mix of hybrid, in-person and virtual.

The plan incorporates the University’s COVID-19 vaccine requirement for students and employees and takes into account the latest health and safety recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Pennsylvania Department of Health, including flexibility to adjust the plans masking and other health requirements based on the virus spread within the local community.

Wondering if it’s safe for visitors to come to campus? Check scranton.edu/royalsbacktogether for details.

CLASS OF 2025: BY THE NUMBERS

Nearly 9,225 APPLICANTS
1,100 INCOMING STUDENTS for fall semester
60 LEGACY CHILDREN
Average SAT score of 1,000
405 HIGH SCHOOLS | 17 STATES
825 UNDERGRADUATES
40 TRANSFER STUDENTS
250 GRADUATE STUDENTS, both on-campus & online
25% of the 2025 class is from Northeastern Pennsylvania
20% of incoming students identify as people of color
27% identify as first generation college students

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