COVID-19 — In-person classes for Winter Session, Term 2

This message was sent to faculty, staff and students in Vancouver and the Okanagan.

26 January, 2022

A message from Santa J. Ono, President and Vice-Chancellor; and Lesley Cormack, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Principal, UBC Okanagan

Earlier this month, we announced that UBC would deliver online instruction until February 7. Today, we are confirming that the majority of instruction will be delivered in-person from February 7 until the end of Winter Session, Term 2. 

This decision was made collaboratively, in consultation with Deans, Academic Heads and Directors, and student leadership, considering the learning needs of students and the health and safety of the university community. Further details on arrangements for specific programs and courses will be provided by Faculties and academic units.

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