Planning to offer all Women’s College courses face-to-face.
On-campus ASBN courses will proceed with all courses offered face-to-face. Elkridge students will continue to proceed in a hybrid format.
Courses for College of Adult Undergraduate Studies and College of Graduate and Professional Studies populations will be a mixture of face to face and synchronous (real time) remote learning with a few exceptions:
School of Pharmacy will return to primarily face-to-face instruction. Additional details and information regarding course-specific modalities will be forthcoming.
Courses for NDMU Online programs will proceed without changes.
Clinicals, practicums, and student teaching internship experiences required as a part of a professional program’s curricula will continue in accordance with each Schools’ and host site’s customized procedures and protocols. However, NDMU anticipates that in-person attendance will be the primary modality for professional practicums, clinicals, and internships. In-person experiences will adhere to strict safety precautions. Additional information will be forthcoming from respective Dean’s offices.
In-person service learning, volunteer service, and internships are anticipated to resume, with permission and safety precautions for the fall semester. Semester, yearlong and short-term study abroad will remain suspended.
If eligible, faculty members may also avail themselves of paid leave under the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). A summary of FFCRA is available via the U.S. Department of Labor’s informational poster (PDF). The program is available through September 30, 2021. Contact the Office of Human Resources for additional information.
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