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University of Tennessee campuses to continue online classes throughout the summer

Since moving to an online platform, UT campuses have provided an estimated 9,300 classes online

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — University of Tennessee System President Randy Boyd has announced that summer session classes at all campuses will be delivered online in response to COVID-19. 

At UTHSC, clinical rotations in hospitals will continue with students following COVID-19 protocol.

“Our faculty and staff have done an incredible job of moving to an entirely digital platform for the spring semester,” Boyd said in a press release.

Since moving to an online platform, UT campuses have provided an estimated 9,300 classes online.

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The university said each campus will be sending out specific communications to their faculty, students and staff regarding the impact to its respective campuses.

The UT System has a comprehensive resource guide that provides information and resources surrounding COVID-19: tennessee.edu/coronavirus/.

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