Coronavirus Related News

Friday, July 24, 2020

UVI to Delay On-Campus Re-Opening Plan for Fall 2020

UVI students at computers
The University of the Virgin Islands will delay the implementation of the Fall 2020 on-campus reopening due to concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 Reopening Plan was approved by the UVI Board of Trustees on June 20. The plan had included guidelines for the University to resume in-person instruction, while utilizing a mixed modality approach that would allow for some virtual and in-person instruction. Additionally, on-campus living and work would have commenced with the inclusion of new safety protocols and procedures.

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Wednesday, July 01, 2020

UVI to Resume Campus Operations This Fall - University President Announces Re-Opening Procedures During Town Hall Meeting

Students on the Albert A.Sheen Campus on the island of St. Croix.
University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) President Dr. David Hall addressed the UVI community on Tuesday, June 30, during a virtual town hall meeting to discuss the University’s fall 2020 semester plans and operations, in light of the continued challenges posed by COVID-19. Dr. Hall outlined plans to gradually resume in-person instruction this fall with restrictions and preventative measures to ensure the safety of students, employees and the public.

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