Brock University is confirming that a fall 2020 academic term will take place and work is underway in preparation for delivery of its September courses.
The University will take its guidance from health officials and the Province of Ontario about how courses will be delivered in the fall.
“Our students and their families are facing great uncertainties and have many questions at this moment,” said Brock President Gervan Fearon. “We hope to alleviate some of those worries by committing to a fall term now and by assuring students they’ll continue to receive the highest quality experience Brock students have come to expect.”
The University is building variable plans to ensure the Fall Term will be able to begin as scheduled. It will follow guidelines and advice from public health in making final determinations as to whether the term will be offered online, in-person or in a hybrid model.
“It’s too early to say how the term will unfold,” Fearon said. “But we want our students and those considering Brock in the fall to know that their courses will be held and their studies will continue.”
The University is offering its 2020 Spring/Summer Term courses online. For spring, more than 700 courses are offered in a virtual environment and registrations have been strong. There is still opportunity to register and learn more by visiting: brocku.ca/admissions/springsummer