The protesters say administrators bear much of the blame for allowing Greek life organizations to have events on campus. They also say many classrooms do not have six feet of distance between people and they want more testing.
Georgia College has partnered with the state to offer testing at the local health department, two CVS pharmacies and private facilities. The tests are sent to a lab, and results can range from one day to up to a week, they’ve said.
Some larger institutions, such as the University of Georgia and Georgia Tech, are conducting testing on campus.