Cyber Day

Coronavirus Update

Please read a special letter from Dr. Jim Wilson, Vice President for Academic Affairs, regarding the moving of face-to-face courses to online learning format for the Spring 2020 term due to the coronavirus.
Letter to Students | Letter to Faculty

A Cyber-Day is when a face-to-face class meeting is moved to an online learning format. Cyber Days ensure that teaching and learning activities continue on-schedule when classes cannot meet face-to-face.

Cyber Days are used when:

  • Unforeseen events, such as inclement weather, impact our ability to meet for scheduled face-to-face class sessions, or
  • Planned University holidays fall on individual weekdays when face-to-face classes would normally meet (not during week-long, scheduled breaks).

Preparing for Cyber Days

Because Cyber Days are designed to continue learning activities online during unforeseen events, you may be asked to do some course activites online without much notice. However, you can be ready for a Cyber Day by reviewing the information below.