Georgia colleges and universities are preparing for the possibility of eliminating in-person classes on account of the unfolding COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. “If social distancing becomes... Coronavirus could close college campuses, including UGA

Georgia colleges and universities are preparing for the possibility of eliminating in-person classes on account of the unfolding COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. “If social distancing becomes necessary, it is possible we would need to close the university for a period of time. To ensure that instruction continues, all faculty must be prepared to teach courses remotely from home. We know that some of you have never taught online and will find this daunting. We are committed to providing the support you need to be successful,” according to a post by Georgia State University Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Wendy Hensel.

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