Riverside – Remote instruction is the new normal for all California Baptist University students returning to spring semester studies following an extended break. Effective March 30, the university transitioned to remote instruction in response to coronavirus restrictions.
CBU officials announced plans to teach classes remotely for the remainder of the spring term after Riverside County Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser ordered all schools and universities in the county closed from March 16 through April 30.
In compliance with the county order, the CBU campus is closed to the public as classes switch to remote instruction for traditional undergraduate and graduate classes.
The university previously extended the spring semester a week through May 2 to make up for the one-week spring break extension. Operations for the CBU Division of Online and Professional Studies will continue according to the published OPS calendar.
“This unprecedented public health crisis clearly is impacting every member of the CBU campus community—students, parents, faculty and staff—and society at large,” CBU President Dr. Ronald L. Ellis said when the move to remote instruction was announced. “I want to thank the entire Lancer Nation for your understanding and patience as we make significant adjustments to address a difficult and dynamic situation.”
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