BYU moves summer classes online
PROVO, Utah — Brigham Young University announced on Tuesday that it will hold all their classes for their summer term online.
In a continued effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, today we’re announcing Summer Term 2020 classes will be offered only via remote instruction. It was previously announced that Spring Term classes would proceed remotely. Details: https://t.co/kspyzu7tzb pic.twitter.com/rsUL18FQcc
— BYU (@BYU) April 14, 2020
In a news release on Tuesday the school says that they will be following the format that they adapted when they moved all coursework for the end of their winter semester online.
BYU says that all students will be able to complete spring and summer terms without being physically present in Provo and encourages all students to consider returning or staying home if circumstances allow.
They will continue to have on-campus housing for those unable to return home.
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