Allowing input from instructors regarding their classes, we expect that a limited number of Autumn Quarter classes across the University will be held in-person, in classroom spaces reconfigured to facilitate distancing guidelines. Academic areas will determine the delivery mode for their courses, to meet curricular and pedagogical needs given the parameters driven by the pandemic.
Many classes will include a combination of in-person and remote instruction and discussion. Others will be conducted fully remotely. Each instructor has the option to teach remotely.
To help new students acclimate to the University, priority for in-person classes will be given to courses that serve new students.