UHV Begins Campus Reopening Plan
Face to Face Instruction To Return by the Fall Semester
The University of Houston Victoria is now beginning its reopening process, which will mean changes will have to be put in place in the upcoming semesters.
Bob Glenn, president of UHV, says that the university will begin reopening phase one next week, with just allowing a limited on site staff. By August 1st, phase 2 will see on site capacity rise to 30 percent, and by the beginning of the fall semester, that number will rise to 60 percent. Glenn says the ultimate goal is to have face to face instruction back in place by the fall semester. Glenn says that if a student does become ill this fall, the university has come up with a unique way to keep the student in class, even if they still cannot physically be in class.
“Students will have face to face instruction, but the main difference is that all classes will be presented in a dual format. A student can go to class, sit in class and get their instruction….but simultaneously that class will be broadcast…so if a student is not feeling well, they can get the same class at the same time….it is their option,” said Glenn.
Glenn said that next week, UHV’s full reopening plan will be posted on their website:https://www.uhv.edu/
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