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To continue doing its part to help reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, UCLA will offer remote-only instruction for the spring 2021 quarter, which concludes June 11, extending the same protocols already in place this academic year. There will be a limited number of in-person or hybrid instruction courses that are necessary to train students for essential workforce position. Learn more by reading the announcement: UCLA extends remote instruction and work for spring quarter.
The University of California announced today (Jan. 11) that it is planning for a return to primarily in-person instruction systemwide starting fall 2021, enabling prospective and current students as well as their families to understand our goal well in advance amid the uncertainties of the pandemic. With robust research advancements and COVID-19 vaccines soon becoming available to students, staff and faculty, UC is preparing to welcome students back to all its campuses this fall, while remaining vigilant in all critical prevention efforts and continuing to prioritize the health and well-being of the University community. Learn more about UC plans for fall 2021 in-person instruction across its 10 campuses.
A fact sheet produced by the federal government for health care workers prioritized for vaccination.
Learn more about the actions UC is taking to help students through the COVID-19 pandemic. Updated Dec. 1, 2020.
For the upcoming winter quarter, UCLA will continue to offer primarily remote-only instruction, following the protocols that were put in place for the current fall quarter. There will continue to be a limited number of exceptions that will allow in-person or hybrid instruction in courses necessary for training students for essential workforce positions. Read more information about UCLA’s plans for winter quarter instruction.
Safety protocols put in place as a result of COVID-19 have forced UC campuses to reduce the number of students living and learning on campus, and required more students to live at home with their families or in nearby communities. UC’s financial aid policy accounts for the total cost of attendance, of which housing expenses are a major factor. Therefore, a change in living situation could entail an adjustment to a student’s financial aid package.
Read more information on financial aid adjustments due to COVID-19 here (PDF).
UC Berkeley's planning for the spring semester will be very similar to that of the fall semester, write Chancellor Carol Christ and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Paul Alivisatos in a letter to the campus community. UC Berkeley will begin the semester with fully remote delivery of instruction for at least two weeks. This will allow any students returning to campus to self-sequester for 7-10 days. After that, the considerable majority of classes will continue to be delivered remotely, including all large courses. Students will not be required to take in-person classes or to be present on campus for the spring semester.