To best assist you with preparation for the spring semester, the sign-up for remote learning—originally scheduled to begin on Dec. 7—is available now and will continue through Dec. 22. Course registration will still begin on Dec. 7 for undergraduate and graduate students; course registration for law students is currently available. Spring courses will be taught in three instructional modalities—in-person, online, and hybrid/blended—as noted on the course schedule in CaneLink.
As Provost Duerk noted in his letter to students, we recognize that some of you may face personal or family-related health concerns, international travel restrictions, or other challenges that do not permit you to join us on campus in the spring. Remote learning enables you to complete courses without attending face-to-face, in-person classes. This does, however, have implications for financial aid, student fees, housing, and other aspects of your student experience.
It is important to note that once you elect to enroll in remote learning, you will not be able to change back to in-person or other course modalities. Not all courses are guaranteed to be available through remote learning given the nature of certain courses and accreditation requirements. Please make sure to review the list of courses NOT available for remote learning before completing the request form (students in the School of Law should refer to the school’s course catalog). For more information on remote learning, visit
Office of the Provost and Division of Student Affairs