Friday, April 10, 2020

May and summer classes offered online only

The University of Minnesota will offer only fully remote courses in May and Summer Session 2020. Students currently enrolled in a May or summer course that will be delivered remotely do not need to do anything to remain enrolled.
Stay up-to-date on the latest updates regarding COVID-19!

Executive Vice President and Provost Rachel Croson announced in an April 7, 2020, email to students that all May and summer courses will be offered only online. According to the email, students currently enrolled in a May or summer course that will be delivered remotely do not need to do anything to remain enrolled.

If a course in which you are enrolled cannot be delivered remotely, you will be informed directly. Research experiences, internships, and other summer curriculum will proceed if they can be completed remotely. Those that can not be delivered remotely will be canceled or postponed.

There also will be additional summer offerings, including new sections of high-demand courses, and new courses that are timely and relevant to the current situation. This expanded set of courses will provide additional opportunities to make progress toward your degree, regardless of where you may be located this summer.

Adjustments put in place this spring, including the availability of satisfactory/non-satisfactory grading for all undergraduate courses, will remain in place. If you are enrolled in a summer course, you will receive additional guidance on specifics.

Email your academic advisor with any questions or needs you may have, including suggested courses, implications for financial aid, or how these changes may affect your degree progression.

Keep up-to-date on all the latest news and event cancellations by reading your email and visiting the University's Safe Campus website

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