MANHATTAN - Kansas State University and the University of Kansas, the state’s largest public universities, will greet 50,000 students returning to their campuses with diverging COVID-19 testing strategies.
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TOPEKA - The University of Kansas anticipates a revenue shortfall of $120 million during the current fiscal year assuming students return to campus in August for fall semester classes.
Many of Kansas’ largest public school districts are pushing their start date until after Labor Day to provide additional preparation time in light of a surge in COVID-19 infections.