Wilfrid Laurier University’s priority during the outbreak of COVID-19 is the safety of students, staff and faculty while remaining committed to academic excellence and to student satisfaction.
The university has taken significant steps to do our part in the national and global effort to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), which causes the disease COVID-19. This includes delivering all classes, assessments and exams online in the spring, intersession and summer terms. To help our students succeed, a Remote Learning: Student Support Hub has been created to provide support in three key areas: academic, mental health and staying connected.
As we look to our fall term, the university announced on May 15 that it will continue to offer most courses online and virtually this September. We continue to work together to identify aspects of programs and activities we can deliver in person, as aligned with public health requirements.
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