Feb. 3 COVID-19 Update | Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates | UNB

COVID-19 community update

Feb. 3, 2021

The health and safety of our community is our top priority. We will continue to offer a blended learning model for summer courses. The delivery methods for summer courses are now listed in the course registration system.

The UNB course timetable indicates if courses are offered through in-person instruction, alternative delivery method or a combination of the two. The delivery method for each course is specified by the classroom assignment. If the course delivery method is not available, please contact your instructor for more details.

  • In-person: Courses delivered by an instructor with students in attendance will have a physical room listed. Students are expected to be in class at the scheduled time listed on the timetable if applicable.
  • Alternative delivery methods (AD): Courses delivered remotely using a variety of learning strategies selected by the instructor have the code AD listed under the room assignment. Some AD courses will require virtual participation at the scheduled time listed on the timetable.
  • Combination: Courses offered using a combination of both in-person instruction and alternative delivery methods list a physical building. The course comment section may offer more combination delivery details if applicable.

Contact your academic advisor immediately for program advising if you are unable to participate in mandatory in-person courses, labs and practicum requisites required to meet your program outcomes that do not have an alternative delivery method option.

Registration for summer courses will be available on March 1, 2021. Admitted undergraduate and graduate students that have registered for courses can view the delivery method of each course through the myUNB portal under class schedule.

More information on the academic year at UNB and recent developments are shared on 2020-21 updates.

 

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