International students should visit the Fall 2020 COVID-19 Enrollment Guidance for UWF International Students webpage and students receiving military benefits should contact the Military and Veterans Resource Center at email@example.com or 850.474.2550.
Course Delivery Methods
When reviewing the schedule, please refer to the description of the delivery methods below:
Full Distance Learning
100% of the course is delivered remotely using some form of technology. All special course components (exams, internships, clinicals, labs, etc.) that cannot be completed online can be completed off-campus.
Primarily Distance Learning
80-99% of the course is delivered remotely using some form of technology. You are required to attend campus or another designated location for a small portion of the course, as determined by the instructor.
50-79% of the course is delivered remotely using some form of technology. You are required to attend campus or another designated location for a portion of the course, as determined by the instructor.
This is the traditional face-to-face method. The majority of the course will be completed on-campus. Some of the course may be delivered remotely using some form of technology.
The college deans in consultation with department chairs and instructors developed instructional strategies to promote a safer and healthier University including rotating classroom attendance, alternating online and face-to-face components, among others. Instructors will communicate with students directly regarding the specific strategies selected for each individual course.
Health, Wellness and Prevention
The University is taking proactive measures to provide a safer classroom environment for students and faculty. Classroom facilities will be thoroughly cleaned and include signage that indicates where students may sit based on social distancing guidelines.
Upon the return to UWF locations, a disposable or cloth face covering is required inside all shared indoor spaces and in outdoor areas where social distancing is not possible. UWF will be providing face coverings and hand sanitizer to all students, faculty and staff.
Questions or Changes Needed
Students should thoroughly review their schedules and consult advisors if changes are needed. Please note that the University is closed July 3-6 in honor of Independence Day.
For additional details on Returning to UWF, visit uwf.edu/return.