U of R pausing face-to-face learning as Regina looks to curb rapid spread of COVID-19

The University of Regina announced Tuesday afternoon that it would be halting all in person learning for the time being.

“Beginning Monday, March 29, classes that are currently being offered in-person will move to remote platforms and will return to face-to-face instruction on Monday, April 12 unless otherwise communicated,” a release stated.

Only a limited number of students have been participating in low-density, face-to-face course components on campus this semester to begin with.

Critical services continue on campus and the campus will continue to accommodate students who may require access to “wifi” and individual study spaces.

The U of R says as part of the protocols currently in place, building access is monitored and entrance restrictions and existing operating hours remain in effect.


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