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Update: Summer classes going online and virtual New Student Conferences

All courses in the first summer term, the 10-week summer term, and the May “minimester” will be delivered online.
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas —

UPDATE: April 1, 2020

Provost and Executive Vice President of Texas A&M University, Carol Fierke, announced that all courses in the first summer term, the 10-week summer term, and the May “minimester” will be delivered online. The university is expecting face-to-face delivery in the second summer term with a back-up plan for online delivery depending on the length of the current situation. 

Registration for summer classes began on March 30. 

New Student Conferences have been moved to a fully virtual experience due to COVID-19 concerns

UPDATE March 24, 2020

 Texas A&M University President, Michael Young, released a statement today regarding campus credits and refunds for housing, dining, and parking. Students can learn more about applying for these refunds here

Previous story from March 10, 2020

Texas A&M University has announced that classes are canceled from March 16-20, and will move to online classes from March 23- April 28.

Dorms and dining will remain open to support students.

ORIGINAL STORY:

The Texas A&M provost posted a message on the university’s website Tuesday afternoon, letting students, staff, and faculty know that classes will not resume until Wednesday March 18th. 

Classes were originally set to resume on Monday March 16th after Spring Break, but they will use this extra time to make sure all university services are being offered in the most efficient, effective and safest ways.

The provost stated “There are no plans to cancel classes. Texas A&M is not requiring that all courses move to an online format at this time.”

For their full statement visit their website.

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