USC will keep on utilizing on the web guidance until additional notification because of raised COVID-19 diseases in Los Angeles County, as indicated by USC Provost Charles F. Zukoski.
“The new year has hit us out of the entryway with proceeded with difficulties, however there are promising signs,” Zukoski wrote in a letter to USC staff, dated Tuesday.
“Vaccines are turning around here and the country over. Staying on the web and remaining watchful will keep on aiding our local area stay safe, and we will look for direction from district experts for a re-visitation of campus classes and exercises as health conditions improve,” he composed. “Given the health circumstance in L.A. Province, course guidance will proceed with online until additional notification.”
In November, the college declared that all classes for the Spring 2021 semester will be on the web or distant because of a spike in COVID-19 cases.
Zukoski said that, since last March, “we have taken in an extraordinary arrangement about changing to a generally virtual campus and keep on refining our strategies and best practices dependent on criticism from you, understudies, and staff. This semester we will keep on after the strategies and proposals relating to on the web and nonconcurrent learning we embraced in the fall.”
He said individuals from the USC people group “should keep on supporting one another while understanding the difficulties personnel, understudies, and staff are confronting.”
“I’m pleased with the work you’ve done over these 10 months and I anticipate another solid semester,” Zukoski said.