The University of Hawaii plans to move all instruction online for at least three weeks starting March 23. The change will continue until at least April 13 as university officials continue to evaluate the best ways to respond to the coronavirus threat.
. If a class needs to continue to be taught face-to-face to meet learning objectives, students will be informed after approval by the campus.
At this time, in-person courses are scheduled to resume Monday, April 13, UH President David Lassner said.
While instruction will move online, campuses will remain open, and most services will continue to be provided. University employees will continue to perform their duties, libraries will maintain regular hours and student housing will remain open for current residents who have nowhere else to go. All student employees and graduate assistants will continue their duties as normal and will be paid accordingly.
The school took the action”out of concern for the safety of our students, faculty and staff” following the coronavirus outbreak, Lassner said.
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