Classes Virtual in Spring

Written by itu_han

December 11, 2020

Announcements | News

Dear ITU Students,

Due to COVID 19 and California statewide restrictions on Social Distancing, ITU will deliver its Spring 2021 courses virtually or in a hybrid mode.

Spring 2021 term “In-Person” courses will be delivered through Zoom, on the weekend or evening time that is published for the course. So F-1 students must attend in person through Zoom and be counted in attendance on the date and time that the course meets.

Online courses will be asynchronous, meaning the coursework and delivery is not tied to a particular day and time; however, online courses begin the first day of the trimester or the second half of the trimester, so please log in to EMS and keep track of the seven weeks of your online class.

Finally, if any further guidelines come from SEVP for Spring 2021 term, we will communicate directly with you. Thank you for choosing ITU to be your graduate school. Please stay safe and well.

Best regards,
ITU Leadership

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