We are committed to providing a world-class educational experience for our students during this challenging time.
Academic experience information
Courses with more than 50 enrolled will be delivered online. Select courses will be reviewed for exception.
The university has altered the spring academic calendar. There will be no spring break, but there will be two instructional breaks (March 2 and April 14) to give students and faculty a brief respite from instruction. The semester will end on May 14, 2021.
Face masks are required during in-person classes and in all university facilities unless otherwise indicated.
Each first-year student will have at least one in-person class, if desired.
Campus operations, including Housing and Dining, will remain open to serve those who rely on university services.
Final exams will be delivered remotely.
Buildings will be marked with entrance procedures and circulation plans have been created to help maintain social distancing.
Ventilation and filtration systems have been updated to lower the risk of exposure to COVID-19. Classrooms are the priority.
Read the full Steps Forward Plan for more details on the campus experience.
Student Health is available for appointments and consultations.
If you need support managing the impact of COVID-19, we're here to help.
Student disability services
If you're vulnerable to serious illness, learn more about temporary alternative learning arrangements and other accommodations.
The centers will follow public health and university guidance regarding density, protective equipment, large gatherings, and social distancing.