See the university’s academic protocols.
Will all Fall 2020 classes meet in-person on campus?
What’s the difference between an “online” class and a “remote” class?
Please see the Keep Learning website for more information on online instruction.
When will I find out which of my Fall 2020 classes meet in-person and which will be taught remotely?
How many courses will meet in-person vs. online or remote?
For in-person classes offered this fall, will classrooms operate like they did before the pandemic?
You will see several changes in classrooms this fall. Seating will be limited in order to maintain social distancing. Students will have assigned seats, and faculty and students will be required to wear a mask or a cloth face covering in the classroom. Hand sanitizer stations will be provided in classroom buildings. As a shared responsibility, faculty and students will be asked to wipe down high-touch surfaces in classrooms.
Will face masks be required on campus this fall?
A face mask or cloth face covering is required in the presence of others in all indoor spaces. In addition, face coverings will be required outside when adequate social distance cannot be maintained and you are within 6 feet of another person. Any exceptions to these requirements will be outlined in the protocols. All faculty, staff, students, and visitors will be required to comply with this requirement.
If I come to class without a mask, will I be allowed to attend?
Adherence to the protocols will be essential and fundamental to our ability to offer in-person activities on campus. More details about the consequences of non-adherence will be posted later in the summer.
How will attendance policies work for in-person classes?
While attendance policies are developed by each faculty member for their classes, faculty are encouraged to develop attendance and excuse policies that acknowledge and support students who become ill or are required to quarantine or self-isolate.