Stratford University is continuously monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic, and we have taken, and will continue to take, every precaution to ensure the health and well-being of our Stratford family as we begin the planning phase for the safe return to our campuses.  As a reminder, access to our campuses are closed to students and visitors and currently limited to a small number of essential campus employees.  Stratford will continue to operate in this capacity for several more weeks.

As the information we are presented about COVID-19 changes constantly, our plan will likely also change, to ensure the health, safety and wellness of our students, faculty and staff. We currently plan to continue to operate in the remote/virtual environment through mid-summer with all Stratford University campuses remaining closed until at least June 29, 2020. When we return to our campuses, we will implement social distancing and other safety measures for a smooth and safe return to day-to-day business operations.  Each campus will operate on a flex schedule from June 29 – August 2, 2020.

The University has made these adjustments to Term 3 2020. All lecture and virtual lab courses will remain in the distance education platform in Moodle and Zoom through the end of Term 3, 2020 (August 2, 2020).  The only classes to be instructed at the ground campuses for Term 3 will be the recovery lab courses carried over from Term 2 and any required Term 3 lab courses, or other required proctored exam classes.  Students, please connect with your faculty or academic advisor for dates and times for scheduled lab courses.

As a reminder, Stratford University remains open and fully available to serve our current students, welcome new students, and provide support to all employees in the virtual environment.

Campus support departments such as Student Success, Library, and Career Services are available through live virtual Zoom/Chat sessions. Students, please log into Moodle for the virtual/chat room information and contact information for other support areas.

Please continue to monitor your text messages and student e-mail on a regular basis for additional updates and communication.

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