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The University of Delaware announced on July 22 that a majority of academic courses in the 2020 fall semester will be delivered online.
The University of Delaware announced on July 22 that a majority of academic courses in the 2020 fall semester will be delivered online.

Virtual town hall meetings about fall 2020 for UD families

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Division of Student Life leaders will explain plans, answer questions in virtual meetings

Families of University of Delaware students will have two opportunities in August to hear from University leaders about plans for the 2020 fall semester amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Division of Student Life will host one virtual “Town Hall about Fall 2020 for UD Families,” at 7 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 17, and then a second virtual meeting at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 19.

At both town halls, families will hear from José-Luis Riera, vice president of student life; Dr. Tim Dowling, University physician and director of Student Health Services; Adam Cantley, dean of students. The sessions will be moderated by Meaghan Davidson, assistant dean of students for parents and family engagement. The speakers will explain UD’s plans, respond to concerns, and provide resources for families to support their students to be successful through this challenging time.

Families are encouraged to register for the webinar of their choice so that they have an opportunity to submit their information and any questions they wish to be addressed:

If the webinar reaches capacity before participants are able to enter the event, they can view the simulcast at sites.udel.edu/udlive/zoom.

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