University of Nevada, Reno plans to offer some in-person classes for the spring semester, but those with 35 or more students will be taught online.
UNR President Brian Sandoval outlined the format for spring classes in two messages Thursday — one to faculty and staff and one to students. It comes after the university announced this month that all classes after Thanksgiving break will switch to remote instruction for the rest of the fall semester amid rising COVID-19 case numbers.
“The past two weeks have seen the University make major decisions that impact you, our students, in significant ways,” Sandoval wrote in the message to students. “In the short time I’ve been on campus, you’ve shown an incredible generosity of spirit. With so many major decisions of late, I want to reassure you that the University is also working to find safe, creative and meaningful ways to keep the life