Check here for information on moving classes to remote teaching; options for teaching remotely; guidance for teaching a lab, studio, workshop or similar class remotely; mentoring graduate students if campus is closed; holding office hours; and more.

Key Points

  • At this time, remote teaching and learning will continue through the end of the semester on May 6, 2020. The Maymester term and most summer sessions will be taught remotely as well.

  • Provost Russ Moore provided more guidance to faculty via an email. 

  • Guidance and information about the transition to remote learning, including exams and grading in a remote class setting, possible disruptions to classes, details specific to international students and withdrawal/drop information can be found in the FAQs below: