NCCU COVID-19 Update: Summer Sessions 2020

Posted April 07, 2020, 2:13PM
Summer Sessions 2020 Update

Summer Semester 2020 (Session 1 and 2): Online Course Delivery

April 7, 2020

NCCU Students, Faculty and Staff:

Our university continues to adjust and modify numerous aspects of our operations to ensure that we are able to safely serve all of you. University of North Carolina President Bill Roper announced that in consultation with all UNC System institutions, a decision has been made to continue online course delivery through our summer sessions.

For students who still need to register for summer 2020 or make schedule adjustments, you will be able to register through Self-Service Banner (Banner SSB) after meeting with your advisor. Please contact your advisor to schedule an appointment to select or adjust your summer courses. If you are a student in University College, your advisor will reach out to you. A list of advisors is available in myEOL via this link. If you have already registered for Summer Sessions 1 or 2, you will not need to take any action. You will be automatically be placed in an online course section. To the extent possible, all classes will be transitioned to an online platform. We will contact a student directly if there is a need to make other arrangements.

Thank you.

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