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Students reflect on how COVID-19 affected summer plans

Despite a gradual ease of restrictions around the country, an increase in COVID-19 cases have required students to adjust their summer plans.
June 30, 2020

For students, summer is usually a relaxing time marked by vacations, internships and other leisurely activities.  This summer, however, the ongoing threat of COVID-19 has forced students to take precautions...

Summer and Fall Orientation offered virtually

To ensure the safety of all incoming students, the university has implanted online Summer and Fall Orientation Programs through Moodle. Student will also be able to partake in information sessions via video chat.
May 13, 2020

Due to limitations, the university is delivering all upcoming Summer and Fall Orientation Programs via online format, an approach unlike any used in the past.  According to Kay Maurin, chief enrollment...

University reduces costs for online summer semester

The university has made changes to the summer semester to adapt to the circumstances of COVID-19. With online summer classes being provided at a reduced cost, the university encourages students to take advantage of these resources.
April 28, 2020

The university has launched a ‘Summer Online’ initiative with a reduced cost in response to the circumstances of the ongoing pandemic. This initiative will move all components of the following semester...

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