Is the 150 cap for student capacity in a classroom a hard limit? (Added July 20)

Yes, the 150 cap for students in the classroom is an absolute cap that can’t be exceeded, regardless of possible spacing. You can have an enrollment in your class exceeding the 150 students; however, you can’t have more than 150 students in the physical classroom at one time. This will require splitting your class for face-to-face interactions with the students so you can meet the de-densification requirement.