Faculty and staff welcomed students to the Saint Ursula campus for a new school year. Freshmen students arrived a day early, completing orientation and learning about the campus and their classes. Students arrived for the first day to the cheers of their teachers and the SUA staff in the front of the school. The welcome was in traditional style, but with some COVID-19 precautions in place. The first week's highlights included an opening Mass, meeting new teachers and classmates, and greeting the SUA therapy dog, Angelo.
"We are thrilled to have our students back on campus," said Principal Mari Thomas. "We look forward to helping them excel academically as they become women of faith, integrity, and courage who are confident in their roles as thinkers, leaders, nurturers, and prophets committed to building a better world."