Cancellation of classes and delivery of teaching through other means
Please note that starting on March 16 and continuing until the last day of classes (April 3), in-person undergraduate classes will NOT be held on campus. Instead, teaching will be provided by other means, which may include existing online platforms.
It is vital that students monitor their email and Quercus accounts closely, as instructors will be sending out messaging to students in regards to next steps for course work.
U of T has made this decision to help interrupt the chain of transmission of COVID-19 in the wider community, while also ensuring the continuity of academic activities. The University is committed to ensuring that students will not be disadvantaged academically by this change in teaching delivery methods.
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Pictured: Jenny Zhang is a Woodsworth College Alumni, a former Mentee and has participated as a Mentor.
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