Barring any unforeseen pandemic developments, all fall 2021 courses will be offered fully in person.
Hybrid and remote instruction will not be offered in the fall.
Classroom health and safety protocols will be in place. In partnership with the Environmental Health & Safety Committee, staff members are working to safely increase classroom density, while observing governmental safety guidelines. Information about masking and cleaning protocols and other health-related considerations will be shared at a later date.
We recognize that the decision to discontinue hybrid and remote instruction will present challenges for some students. We understand that some of our international students continue to face challenges related to obtaining visas and travel restrictions, and we will continue to work with them using partner programs so that they can continue their education. Students may continue to follow the accommodations process for any academic, housing or dining requests.
For further details, see Provost Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak's May 21 message to campus.