Eberly College of Business and Information Technology
College of Education and Communications
College of Fine Arts
College of Health and Human Services
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
John J. and Char Kopchick College of Natural Science and Mathematics
This page includes the most up-to-date list of programs that require face-to-face instruction before Feb. 8, as well as programs that require face-to-face instructions after Feb. 8, listed by college.
The spring 2021 semester will begin via remote instruction on Jan. 19, with only select courses offered in-person. If you have any questions about the below listing or your class schedule, please contact your dean's office.
Eberly will not be holding any in-person classes before Feb. 8. All courses will be offered either remote via zoom or strictly online.
This applies to all pre-student teaching sections (EDUC 252 and EDUC 342) and all student teaching sections across all colleges with teacher education programs.
At the graduate level, the only in-person requirements in the college before Feb. 8 are for Speech Language Pathology, MS students. The following courses in the program are in-person from the start of the semester:
The actual clinics will be held at partner sites off-campus, but on-campus preparation meetings will be scheduled. Communication to all students in the Speech-Language Pathology, MS program has been sent from the program coordinator.
The following courses will require face-to-face instruction before Feb. 8:
The College of Health and Human Services will proceed with in-person/on-campus delivery starting January 19, 2021, for the following programs/majors:
These programs will remain in-person/on-campus delivery throughout the spring 2021 semester.
Specific courses that will be in-person for the first three weeks of the spring 2021 semester include:
All courses in the areas below with prefix identified (clock-hour):
Credit Hour courses (Clinicals and Labs):
These courses will remain in-person/on-campus delivery throughout the spring 2021 semester.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences will not require any courses to be taken in-person during the first three weeks of the spring 2021 semester. ANTH 490/590 and ANTH 496/596 will be offered completely online until after Feb. 8.
Only two courses will be offered in-person during the first three weeks of the spring 2021 semester:
In many cases, program and course delivery remain unchanged from what was previously scheduled, but please check the listing to make sure you have the most updated information. If your program or course is not on this list, you will not be required to
attend face-to-face courses for any part of the spring 2021 semester unless you are a freshman with 30 credits or fewer or a student requiring special circumstances.
If you believe that you are a student that has a need for course delivery that is not the type of delivery listed below, please work with the Department for Disability Access and Advising.
In addition, we will work with students in special circumstances on an individual basis to provide the best possible learning platform. Please contact your department chair.
Any student—including freshmen and transfer students with 30 credits or less – who has concerns over attending hybrid courses in person can elect to continue in a course remotely, unless that is not possible within program requirements. If you have this
concern, or have questions about your program or courses, please contact your department chairperson.
Please check with your program or sponsor.