Posted: April 18, 2020
The disruption caused by the COVID-19 crisis continues to impact students and universities around the world, including here at Wilfrid Laurier University.
We are working closely with public health authorities to determine when and how to facilitate a safe return to classrooms this fall.
Although on-campus activities may be modified, we want to assure you that your Laurier experience will continue this September. Classes may be delivered fully or partially through remote instruction, for example — but no matter what approach is taken, be assured that our faculty and staff will continue to work with students, offering the high quality of teaching and student satisfaction that Laurier is known for.
We are also focusing on the wrap-around supports that students will need to be successful — financial aid, academic advising, mental health programs, and others. We know students want to know what their fall will look like and we will provide updates and announce decisions as soon as we can.
The one thing we can be certain of is this: throughout our planning we will remain committed to academic excellence and the development of the whole person — a holistic approach that ensures Laurier graduates are future-ready and prepared to excel.
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