Remote Learning

Remote Learning for Spring 2022

For students who are taking remote classes in the Fall 2021, we look forward to your return to campus for the Spring 2022 semester. Please note remote learning options are not available for the Spring 2022 semester for most academic programs.

We encourage you to select available in-person courses to build your Spring 2022 schedule. Please reach out to your Graduate Program Director or the Center University Advising if you need assistance.

We’re proud of how the entire campus community has responded to our health and safety protocols as the University transitioned back to in-person events, activities and classes this fall. As a result of that commitment to health and safety, we have 100% vaccine compliance. We have also instituted universal initial testing, mask-wearing indoors, and ongoing surveillance testing, all which have contributed to the University's low positivity rate this semester.

As you plan for your return to campus in the spring, please remember that, if you have not done so already, you will need to submit proof of your COVID-19 vaccine before the start of the Spring 2022 semester in order to attend classes and join the campus community.

If you are studying outside the United States, you should plan to arrive in time for the Spring 2022 semester. If you are not able to travel to the US for immigration reasons, please contact International Student Affairs at