*Updated April 3, 2020, 1:30 p.m. CST
Guidance from Provost Carol Fierke on Summer 2020 courses.
All summer courses offered through Texas A&M University in the first, second, and 10-week summer terms (including the May “minimester”) will be delivered online. We had hoped to resume coursework on campus for the second summer session, but with preregistration underway, some uncertainty on the apex of COVID19, and the need for both our students, faculty, and staff to plan, we have decided to move forward with the decision to teach all summer courses online.
As we previously announced, distance education differential tuition will not be charged for online courses this summer at an individual course level for all students in traditional degree programs. For students enrolled in distance education degree programs, there is no change in how they will be charged.
We continue to work with colleges to ensure that the university offers a robust schedule of summer coursework to ensure that students can make progress toward their degrees.
*Updated March 26, 2020, 12:22 p.m. CST
|Dear Texas A&M Community:|
|Thank you to students, faculty and staff for what has been a relatively smooth week back in, moving to our online format in the wake of COVID-19 coronavirus. There may be some bumps in the road as we continue through the spring semester but I am confident that we will continue to work to overcome any challenges and will certainly continue to provide students a world-class education.We are at the point where we need to make decisions regarding Summer 2020 courses while maintaining some flexibility should circumstances improve, as we hope they will.
The following information applies to Summer 2020 courses:
Please be aware that this information relates only to courses and that other information regarding on-campus activities and events scheduled this summer will be communicated separately by the appropriate college, division or department.
|Carol A. Fierke|
|Provost and Executive Vice President|