University leadership is working diligently to create safe and healthy learning environments.
We look forward to returning to on-campus instruction with our students.
Schools will offer academic courses using a combination of (1) face-to-face, on-campus instruction; (2) interactive video technology (e.g., TechLink, Zoom); and/or (3) online instruction.
Experiential learning activities (e.g., clinical rotations, community-based experiences) for students will continue in collaboration with participating sites and guidance from program accrediting bodies.
Students will participate in research activities as instructed by laboratory personnel.
- Students should contact their program director with specific questions regarding their courses.
- Facial coverings must be worn by students and team members in public spaces on campus.
- Students must wear personal protective equipment during experiential learning and research activities.