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UH Plans for Fall Re-Opening

President Lassner outlines safety and support measures

UH Plans for Fall Re-Opening

UH will resume in-person classes on all 10 campuses beginning August 24, 2020. To deploy a COVID19-aware safe approach, planning is now beginning for the necessary changes across the campuses. UH is also preparing for greater use of online resources and some classes shifting to hybrid modes, with a mix of on-campus and online instruction.

“We all realize that the fall will absolutely not be a return to business as usual,” notes UH President David Lassner. “There is still great uncertainty, but plans for the State are now taking shape and we have ourselves learned much over the last two months. Now, more than ever, the people of Hawai‘i need the opportunity to affordably engage in higher education to advance their careers and their lives.”

Read the full message to the campuses here.

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