Updated September 2, 2020
Despite our rigorous testing and response protocols, which do identify exposure and instances of the virus quickly, it is clear that our earlier plans to bring the rest of our student body to campus for Block 2 are no longer feasible. All classes are moving to remote delivery for the remainder of Block 1, and most classes will be in remote delivery for the remainder of the Fall Semester. The flexibility of the Block Plan allows us to adjust our academic calendar for the 2020-21 academic year, broadening scheduling options for students and providing more value to them during this unpredictable year.
The addition of a new January block and three summer blocks increases scheduling options, allowing students to shift their academic year’s start and end dates while still meeting their requirements for the year. Additionally, students can take 10 blocks for the price of eight this academic year.
For more information see our 2020-21 Academic Year Update.