USU Cancels Fall Break, Announces All Classes Will Be Taught Remotely After Thanksgiving Break
Officials from Utah State University announced on Wednesday that after Thanksgiving break all university classes will be taught remotely and final exams will be administered remotely as well. In addition to that, fall break on Oct. 16 has been canceled.
According to a letter sent to students by the university, officials still expect to welcome students back to campus for fall semester. Classroom delivery methods will include: traditional face-to-face or IVC, web broadcast, online, hybrid face-to-face, as well as a blend of these. When instructional methods are finalized, students will be notified.
The letter states that “all students and instructors will be expected to wear face coverings and to social distance in physical classrooms this fall. We will also be taking attendance to help with tracing contacts in case someone in the class is diagnosed with COVID-19.”