Plans for mostly in-person classes for the fall were reaffirmed in a campus message today. The default mode of instruction will be in-person with an exception for classes with enrollments of 200 or more students, which will continue to be delivered remotely. Most secondary sections (e.g., discussion and labs) for these and other large classes will be held in-person but some discussion sections will be offered remotely.
Other exceptions include courses that would normally be delivered in an online format, and what is anticipated to be a very small number of courses that may receive exceptional approval to be delivered remotely throughout the fall semester.
It is unknown at this time whether and to what extent a remote instructional option will be available to students and availability might vary by the academic program.