• Date/time: September 18th
  • Venue: Bryant & Stratton
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Fall 2020

This is the official source of information about Bryant & Stratton College’s plans and important health and safety precautions for the Fall Semester 2020. These plans are based on federal, state, and local requirements and guidance we have at this time, as well as public health recommendations. These health and safety precautions may change at any time in response to the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, changing public health guidelines, evolving governmental requirements and the College’s assessment of what is necessary to protect our community. The College encourages all students to regularly review this page to stay informed about all new updates.

A COVID-19 operations committee has been established across the College to support campus operations, monitor the pandemic and advise on needed protocol adjustments.

Prior to their return, all students will receive a communication from their campus outlining scheduling updates and required safety protocols and practices. Protocols are in place to protect our staff and student community. It is important that you read all communications regarding your campus. There is only so much that any person, organization or government can do to minimize the risk of illness. As we have seen, no community can guarantee all its members will be protected from illness. Our community is no different. Though the College is taking steps to help slow the spread of COVID-19, the responsibility for protecting our community is shared by all members. We each must pledge to do our best to protect ourselves, each other and our community!

Course Delivery

Course instruction will be delivered in multiple ways: blended, remote, in-person clinical programs and online. Blended Learning and online instruction are not new to us. We have been delivering select classes through Blended Learning for several years and have over 19 years of experience successfully delivering online courses. Many considerations have gone into how each class is delivered. Class delivery methods will vary by program and student. Students should reach out to their campus registrar for more information on their individual class schedules.

LEARN MORE AT www.bryantstratton.edu

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