Transcript for How Florida’s largest public university plans to open its doors amid coronavirus
Now to with the future of schools in question, a look at how Florida's largest public university is looking to open its doors even as they have a surge there. Will reeve has a look. Reporter: This morning as covid-19 cases surge in its community, the largest public university in Florida is preparing to welcome students back to campus in just weeks. The university of central Florida in Orlando is making drastic changes to its on campus experience. Over a quarter mile worth of plexiglas barriers installed in high-contact area, the school erecting disinfecting stations and creating isolation rooms for students who test positive. The school is limiting the number of students who can live on campus. When they return to residence halls, everyone will have their own single room but even with additional precautions the student body president understands peers still have concerns. We have to focus on safety. Reporter: The coursework changed too. One professor teaching online classes has shifrlted her approach. I would typically have them come out in the field and drew an excavation unit. I can't have them do it so what I have them to do is draw the dirty dishes in their sink. Reporter: A new season for the football team is a big question mark. For "Good morning America," I'm will reeve, ABC news, Orlando.
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