UW to Extend its Online Courses Through the Summer Term
The University of Wyoming has announced that it will be extending its online/virtual learning class structure for graduate and undergraduate classes through the summer because of the uncertainties which COVID-19 presents.
This delay is intended to give faculty members and students time to prepare for UW’s upcoming summer session, which begins May 26 and ends Aug. 14.
Students are advised to check the Office of the Registrar’s website, as start and end dates for individual cases may vary.
Courses for the summer session will be offered under the university’s traditional grading system, as the satisfactory/unsatisfactory options for the spring semester were limited to that term.
Summer internships and clinical experiences will be handled on a program-by-program basis and are subject to the COVID-19 protocols and restrictions put in place by the host institutions and agencies. Students are encouraged to check with their departments and host sites for more details.
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