As the dog days of summer come to a close the return to the classroom for students of all ages is almost here.

Understandably this school year will look a little different across the world, but Selkirk College will return to in-person learning this fall after the college shuttered its doors in march when the Global Pandemic first rocked the world.

On August 14 Selkirk College’s Angus Graeme joined Kootenay Morning to talk about what the school year will look and what procedures they have in place to keep students safe.

Speaking to KCR News Graeme said that the college expects as much as a 25 per cent downturn in enrollment and revenue.

“My gut feeling is that we may lose between 10 and 25 per cent of our enrollment,” Graeme told KCR News.

You can find the full interview here: