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USask Engineering has announced initial plans for fall teaching and learning.

First plans announced for fall teaching and learning at USask Engineering

College leadership has shared the first steps in planning for the reopening of the College of Engineering, in alignment with easing of public health restrictions.

Starting September 1, lectures in classes with less than 120 students registered will be face to face. All labs will run in person to the allowable capacity of the laboratories.

Specifics are listed for each course in the registration listings and full details will be circulated with the course syllabi as is the usual case.

When necessary, faculty will be reaching out to students directly as summer progresses, so students will have advance notice of plans as early as possible as they transition to a return to face-to-face instruction.

Special arrangements are in place for classes with more than 120 students, and in cases where accommodations or specific circumstances dictate alternate delivery.

There may be cause to reduce activity as we move forward, so as always, these plans are predicated on continued vaccinations and control of the spread of variants. Students with questions are encouraged to reach out to instructors as needed.

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