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Change in Scheduled Classes for Monday, June 8th in recognition of George Floyd

Published on Fri 06/05/20
Dear Faculty, 
 
In recognition of the public viewing for George Floyd on Monday and the Texas A&M University System full-day release of non-essential personnel, all scheduled class activities for Monday, June 8th at Texas A&M University will not be held. Since classes are online for the summer, faculty may record and make available in an asynchronous format any lectures that would have been presented during the regularly scheduled class period. Any exam or other activity scheduled for Monday will be postponed and rescheduled for another day.   
 
The special 8-week classes for new students which were scheduled to begin on Monday will instead begin on Tuesday June 9. 
 
This information will be sent to all registered students, however we encourage you to also communicate your expectations to students for making up the material from Monday. Please also contact your students about your decision on how to handle clinical activities on Monday.
 
Carol A. Fierke
Provost and Executive Vice President
 

Dear Students, 
 
In recognition of the public viewing for George Floyd on Monday and the Texas A&M University System full-day release of non-essential personnel, all scheduled class activities for Monday, June 8th at Texas A&M University will not be held.
 
Faculty may choose to post lectures or other materials online for you to view at your convenience as indicated by your instructor.  Any exam or other activity scheduled for Monday will be postponed and rescheduled for another day in the week. Your instructors will be reaching out to you with their expectations for making up the material that would have been covered on Monday.  
 
For clinical activities, please check with your supervisor.
 
The special 8-week classes for new students which were scheduled to begin on Monday will instead begin on Tuesday, June 9th. 
 
Carol A. Fierke
Provost and Executive Vice President