Red River College has become the latest Manitoba post-secondary institution to announce fall courses will be shifted completely online over coronavirus concerns.
The school calls it a “cautious but agile approach,” which could potentially change quickly if health directives shift.
“As we prepare for the fall term, our approach will put the safety of our staff and students first, while providing meaningful, high-quality learning experiences for students at every step of their academic journeys,” said interim president Dr. Christine Warson in a news release.
The college had to scramble in mid-March when the decision was made to suddenly close campuses and shift all courses to “alternative delivery models.”
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