Massmails: No more face-to-face instruction and students asked to move home

Posted on March 16, 2020 at 5:58 pm
Updated on: July 20, 2020 at 4:41 pm

In a massmail sent today, Chancellor Robert Jones informed the university community that the university is suspending face-to-face instruction for the rest of the spring 2020 semester.

Additionally, while the university is not closing its residence halls, it is requiring all students who can safely do so, to return to their permanent home address to take their classes for the rest of the semester.  For those who cannot leave, the university will work with you to ensure you will have a safe and supportive home here as you continue your studies.

The massmail from Chancellor Jones is available online.

Later, Provost Andreas Cangellaris sent students additional information about the suspension of face to face instruction.

The massmail from Provost Cangellaris to students is available online.

The Provost also sent a massmail to faculty and staff with more details about course delivery.

The massmail from Provost Cangellaris to faculty and staff is available online.

Finally, University Housing is working with students to facilitate moving out of residence halls as well as making arrangements with those who cannot leave. More information will be posted on University Housing’s coronavirus webpage.

Housing also sent the following email to students.