CU Boulder isn’t alone: Across the country, many universities have seen similar spikes in COVID-19 cases. At the same time, some experts also see glimmers of hope in the stories of other schools, such as the University of Notre Dame, that seem to have slowed outbreaks by pausing in-person learning.
At CU Boulder, campus leaders are cautiously optimistic that the transition to online-only classes, along with the public health order, will help bend the university’s curve—lowering infection rates so that Buffs can again sit in the same rooms as their instructors and classmates.
Read more about how temporary shutdowns have helped other universities and what we're doing at CU Boulder by clicking the link below.
In Boulder, university leaders acknowledge the hardship that the recent surge in cases has caused the community. But some also see glimmers of hope in the stories of other schools that seem to have slowed outbreaks by pausing in-person learning.
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Building upon lessons from fall, our spring 2021 semester will start Jan. 14 and deliver a more robust campus experience while continuing to comply with the latest COVID-19 public health guidance.
Read details about the schedule and operational updates at the link below:
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