Georgia caused a bit of a stir Wednesday night when it posted on social media that the Tate Center would not be used as an on-campus voting site in November on election day. The school has since changed course, and after discussing the issue with local authorities and state officials, announced that another site will be open.

UGA will now have Stegeman Coliseum as a site for early voting, as the basketball and gymnastics facility will accommodate indoor voting with enough social distancing. That was the third message about voting on campus that the school released in the last two days.

Previously, school officials said there were concerns about long lines and insufficient indoor space, and made the decision to not have Tate, the large student center near Sanford Stadium, as a voting site. Instead, the school referred to a downtown voting site, and mentioned there would be a shuttle available.

More than a few people noted on social media that it was a public relations issue that caused the school to change course.

As one tweet said, “As a UGA alumni I am thrilled to hear this. I remain concerned, however, that it appears to have taken being shamed by national news for the university to arrange this voting location. I hope I’m wrong. The Dawgs should always lead the pack to ensure accessible voting for all.”