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BREAKING: Summer courses and Maymester will be online at Georgia campuses

UGA and other public colleges will have to offer their May and summer courses online.
UGA and other public colleges will have to offer their May and summer courses online.

Chancellor alerts campuses today remote courses will continue through summer

Breaking from the University System of Georgia. This information was sent to colleges this morning from Chancellor Steve Wrigley:

May and summer semester instruction will be delivered remotely with limited exceptions. USG institutions will return to normal operations for fall semester assuming health conditions allow for it.

All institutions should continue to implement their current telework and flexible work strategies so that only a minimum number of staff are on campus to maintain operations and support remote instruction.

The Governor's Executive Orders on schools and shelter in place allow for continued access to remote education and maintaining minimal operations for students, faculty and staff.

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