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Timeline of Upcoming Events

We will continue to provide additional details and information in the coming weeks, and we appreciate your patience and flexibility

Remote Instruction

  • Families not ready or able for their students to return to campus instruction will continue to enjoy access to remote instruction. 
     
  • Throughout the week of April 5-9, we will not hold synchronous classes

Campus Instruction

  • What follows is a detailed timeline of events that precede our return to campus instruction on April 12. Please contact Erik Olson, dean of students, with any questions.
     
  • Throughout the week of April 5-9, we will not hold synchronous classes, however, AP classes may be held asynchronously to keep students on pace for their forthcoming exams and students will receive homework assignments for all other classes that should be completed throughout the week in preparation for the resumption of classes on April 12.

Alternate Return Dates

  • Students unable or unready to return to campus for an April 12 start may return later on one of our assigned dates. 

  • Day students may seek permission from the dean of students to return on any Monday between April 19-May 10, will be required to present evidence of a negative COVID test less than 72 hours prior to their return, and must attend an orientation session on the morning of their return.

  • Resident students may seek permission from the director of residence to return on any Sunday between April 18-May 9, will be required to present evidence of a negative COVID test less than 72 hours prior to their return, and must serve an appropriate quarantine period, as directed.

  • No student may return after May 10. Seniors wishing to remain remote but attend the final week of activities prior to graduation may do so as a non-resident student contingent on meeting all testing and quarantine requirements, and with advance permission from the head of upper division and dean of students.