All WSU classes moved online | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian
In a communication email sent on Monday, Wright State University will move summer courses to remote learning.
“State public health officials anticipate that restrictions on face-to-face activities will extend into the summer months due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, nearly all summer semester courses offered by Wright State University will be provided by remote delivery only,” according to the email.
Students can still register for summer courses for the A and B term.
Summer A term and C term (full semester) begin May 11.
Summer B term begins June 22. Registration for summer courses is ongoing through WINGS Express.
There are exceptions to the remote learning.
According to the email this includes:
- Other field experiences
Students in the School of Professional Psychology and the Boonshoft School of Medicine also are exempt from this announcement.
Students with questions are recommended to contact their academic advisor, department chair, or faculty member teaching the course.
Academic advisor’s name can be found by going to wright.edu/advising and following the instructions in the “Find Your Primary Advisor” section.
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