Winter 2021 Term Planning: Class Start to be Delayed

| November 19, 2020
Submitted by Sandie Kantor

A message from Susan Tighe, Provost, McMaster University:

A recommendation coming from the Virtual Learning Task Force and supported by the President and Vice-Presidents (PVP) means that while the university will re-open for the winter term as planned on January 4th, classes will be delayed one week and will begin on January 11th. Classes will be extended into the exam period which will be adjusted so there is no overlap between classes and exams and the overall winter term will end as originally scheduled. Reading Week will take place as planned during the week of February 15th.

For full details and exclusions, review the full message carefully.


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