April 7, 2020 @ 5:03 p.m.
Dear CU Denver Community:
As you know, the situation regarding COVID-19 in Colorado is in constant flux. One thing that appears to be clear is that things will not get back to normal for some time.
With this in mind, we have made the decision to transition all summer class offerings to remote and online teaching and learning.
We wanted to make this decision relatively early, to give faculty time to further develop their courses and students time to prepare for learning online and remotely. We will keep you apprised of any updates.
We have a team of staff and faculty experts working to ensure high-quality and student-centered teaching and learning environments. Our advisors are standing by to assist students in class selection, enrollment support, and more.
While online and remote learning environments are new for many, we assure you that our care for you and our commitment to your success remain as strong as ever.
With nearly 600 classes from 69 academic departments offered this summer, continuing students, new students, and out-of-state students who have returned home during the pandemic can use the summer session for a variety of purposes: to advance their progress toward degree completion, complete their Core Curriculum requirements, focus on their career development, or learn something new. Explore the breadth and depth of our summer class offerings here.
As always, please visit www1.ucdenver.edu/coronavirus for the most up-to-date information on our response to COVID-19 and answers to frequently asked questions. We hope that you and yours are safe and healthy.
Roderick Nairn, PhD
Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs