Update on summer session B

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Update on summer session B

May 13, 2020

Current circumstances related to COVID-19 require that we continue to maintain appropriate cautions in gatherings of people. As a result, we will limit almost all instruction in summer B session beginning July 1 to ASU Sync (using Zoom technology), ASU Online and ASU iCourses. A small number of courses in summer B session that do not lend themselves to remote instruction will be offered with in-person instruction on campus. For each of these courses, we will work with faculty and enrolled students on the following safety measures and protocols:

  • Appropriate physical distancing measures are followed in the classroom.
  • At this point we are strongly recommending face coverings in classrooms and will communicate before July 1 if face coverings will be mandatory.
  • Health screenings before students enter the classroom, details of which can be found here.

ASU continues to monitor federal and state public health recommendations and will implement appropriate measures as necessary by July 1. 

This process will also help us better assess how best to accommodate students in the fall semester as we continue our planning to resume teaching and discovery activities on campus.

If you have any questions, please contact your academic adviser. If you do not see a course you need, please contact Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Frederick Corey (Frederick.Corey@asu.edu), and if you are a graduate student, please contact your college’s graduate office for more information.

Mark Searle
Executive vice president and university provost

Posted: May 13, 2020, at 2:15 p.m.