MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Florida International University is moving closer to reopening its campus.

On Tuesday, FIU’s board of trustees approved a plan to resume some fall classes in person with others happening online or in a hybrid format.

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The university will also ask everyone on campus to log onto an app each day to track whether they’ve been exposed to COVID-19.

Masks and social distancing will be required.

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The Florida Board of Governors still needs to sign off on FIU’s plan.

The University of Miami has announced that students will return to campus in August.

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UM sent out a tweet saying that Fall Semester classes would begin August 17th, a week earlier than it had planned. The semester will end on November 20th, the Friday before Thanksgiving. Students will take finals remotely.