Anyone who's lived in the dorms can tell you social distancing may be a challenge, given you're sharing a pretty small room with a stranger and, you know, the parties. But, this fall, as CSU Rams return to on-campus learning and living, things will be a little bit different. 

According to The Coloradoan, 'Some spaces will be left vacant to decrease overall occupancy, particularly in areas with shared bathrooms, and other rooms will be set aside for students who need to quarantine.'

The university also says that if a student in a resident hall 'tested positive for COVID-19 or has potentially been exposed through close contact to someone with COVID-19, we will begin immediate action.' That includes isolation and contact tracing, and Larimer County Public Health will intervene if a student is found non-compliant.

CSU says Housing & Dining Services will deliver meals to any resident who must quarantine on-campus. As of right now, the plan is for students to remain on-campus until fall break.

You can see the university's full plan for fall semester from The Coloradoan here.