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Boise State 2020 summer sessions will be delivered remotely

Boise State University is committed to doing everything to ensure the health and safety of students, faculty and staff. Due to an abundance of caution, university leadership has made the proactive decision not to offer any on ground, face-to-face classes for the summer 2020 session.

Academic departments are working to determine which classes can shift to fully online or to remote delivery for the summer. Changes to the summer schedule can impact students’ fall schedules, which is why faculty and staff are committed to making changes to the schedule as quickly as possible. Complete changes to the summer schedule should be made by April 7.  

Enrollment in face-to-face classes will be disabled while the schedule is finalized. Once a class has been moved to either remote delivery or fully online, the class will be re-opened for enrollment. All students enrolled in face-to-face courses will receive an email notifying them about the shift in their course delivery. 

This decision has been made early to allow more time for the development of online and remote classes. Online classes are very popular for students who enroll in the summer session. In fact, currently almost 80 percent of summer 2020 enrollments are in online courses.  

Extended Studies is committed to sharing additional information about summer course scheduling as soon as it becomes available. The division’s faculty and staff appreciate the Boise State community’s patience and support, as they navigate the best way to support Boise State students.

Additional information about Boise State’s summer session is available at boisestate.edu/summer.