MADISON, NJ - Fairleigh Dickinson University and Drew University have both confirmed that all classes for the Summer I and Summer II sessions will be offered remotely (online) only. All in-person summer classes have been canceled.
FDU and Drew have joined the growing number of local universities that have suspended in-person classes this summer, Rutgers and Seton Hall University both will only offer online classes this summer.
"In an effort to enable students to continue their studies during the summer, FDU is allowing undergraduate students and graduate students in most programs to take one summer course at regular tuition cost and a second or subsequent summer course at 50% tuition", said university officials.
This applies to summer 2020 sessions but exempts the following programs: PharmD, five-year PsyD in School Psychology, they said.
All summer school courses will be converted to remote instruction, said the Drew officials. The university has decided to cancel all Drew-sponsored summer programs that involve travel components, either international or domestic. This includes all shortTRECs, theoTRECs, the Drew Honduras Project, the high school program in Ireland, and programs offered through Volunteers Without Borders, they stated.
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