SUNY Sullivan Exploring Online Learning Options

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SUNY Sullivan campus leadership and staff are exploring options to offer on-line instruction for academic classes for students who may choose to access the curriculum virtually. The move was made following Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s announcement today that the State University of New York and the City University of New York will implement plans to maximize distance learning and reduce in-person classes for the remainder of the Spring semester in light of the evolving novel coronavirus situation in New York. 

SUNY Sullivan President Jay Quaintance said, “SUNY Sullivan is not closing, we are making adjustments in our academic and residence life programs in the interest of public health and safety. Further information will be forthcoming,”

On campus classes and events will continue to be held in consultation with the local Department of Health and SUNY system administration. Curriculum-specific needs and distance learning protocol will be developed. These changes are being made to reduce campus density and limit any potential exposure to the coronavirus while ensuring the continuation of the academic semester.

More updates will be forthcoming.

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