OSU moves summer classes online, cancels summer camps

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Chi-O Clock on Sunday, March 29, 2020.

Oklahoma State University announced all summer classes have been moved online and all summer activities have either been canceled or will be held virtually.

According to an email sent out Monday, the Dean’s Council unanimously voted to move all intercession and summer courses online, which the exception of August intercession classes. Students enrolled in these classes should receive emails from their professors with more information.

All summer camps scheduled to be held at OSU’s Stillwater campus have been canceled, and all other events will be held virtually until July 1. New Student Orientation will be held virtually all summer.

The university’s coronavirus update also included information about spring finals. Any online final exams should be available no later than 6 a.m. the day of the final and must remain open for at least 24 hours. Any other final assessments are due to professors by midnight the scheduled day of the final. Students can find the final exam schedule on the registrar’s website.

In addition to the announcements about summer programming, OSU also announced the temporary building closures have been extended until the end of the spring semester. Employees still working on campus have been encouraged to wear face masks and continue to follow social distancing protocols.