Given the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic and number of COVID cases regionally and across the United States, Logan University will continue to offer a hybrid instruction model for the spring 2021 trimester, which begins Thursday, January 14th and concludes Friday, April 23.
Hybrid instruction includes the online delivery of lecture courses as well as on-campus, hands-on lab practical portions.
Benefits of this hybrid model include:
- It allows us to be more flexible should the CDC, state or county public health authorities impose additional restrictions.
- By maintaining a block schedule for the spring term, the number of times per week students and faculty are required to report to campus are reduced, thereby lessening exposure to larger groups.
- It provides enhanced opportunities for student experience and demonstration of practical/clinical competencies required for successful progression in the program.
We continue to review current safety and accessibility procedures as we move toward Spring and monitor and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in a way that promotes the safety of all students, faculty, staff, patients and guests. Our policies and procedures will be aligned with guidance and recommendations from the CDC and public health authorities.