CU Boulder Update: From the Chancellor – Shifting temporarily to remote instruction—minimum 2 weeks
Sept. 21, 2020
Dear CU Boulder students, faculty and staff,
Since we began the two-week stay-at home period for students last week, our COVID-19 cases have started to come down. To continue this downward trend and help protect the health and safety of our Boulder community, our campus will operate under temporary remote-only instruction for all undergraduate, graduate and law classes for a minimum of two weeks beginning Wednesday, Sept. 23. We made this decision in close consultation with local and state public health officials. While the student self-quarantine remains in effect, between Sept. 23 and Oct. 7:
- All undergraduate, graduate and law classes will be taught remotely.
- Labs, studio and performance classes will be remote, unless approved for an on-campus format by the appropriate college or school dean.
- Staff currently assigned to work on campus will continue to work on campus.
- On-campus research will continue and is not affected by this shift.
Today and tomorrow, classes will continue as planned as faculty make adjustments to prepare for Wednesday.