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UW Autumn Quarter – What will it look like?

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July 1, 2020

Read UW President Ana Mari Cauce’s announcement about courses autumn quarter.
Classes will begin as scheduled on Sept. 30, in a hybrid approach with the university offering as many in-person courses as possible, prioritizing hands-on courses, such as studio, clinical and lab courses, and courses for first-year undergraduate and graduate students.  The UW course time schedule already indicates the status of most courses (whether they will be taught in person or remotely.) Schools and colleges will continue to update the schedule over the summer as they finalize their plans, so you can check back for additional updates as autumn quarter gets closer.

To maintain a safe six feet of physical distance among students and instructors, small classes will meet in big rooms. Large classes — including all courses of 50 students or more — will be taught remotely.


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