All summer courses will be taught remotely as The University of Toledo continues efforts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We do not know what the situation will be in May and want to give our faculty and students time to plan ahead, which we were not able to do when courses had to be moved online rapidly in the middle of spring semester,” said Karen Bjorkman, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.
By planning ahead now, all summer courses will be designed to be delivered 100% online to maintain the quality of instruction and offer students options to get ahead in their studies.
All summer sessions will be offered remotely, the first of which is scheduled to begin May 18.
“While I know we are all hoping to return to normal as quickly as possible, your health and safety are our top priority and we will continue to do our part to stop the spread of this coronavirus,” President Sharon L. Gaber said.
For more information about summer courses, visit utoledo.edu/summer.