Video: UW-Green Bay Chancellor Alexander discusses hopes for a robust in-person return
Hi UW-Green Bay students. I hope you’re doing well.
We’ve been working very hard over the last year, since the pandemic began, to keep everybody safe and to make sure we can continue your educational goals. As we’ve moved through the pandemic, we’ve been anxious to be able to get back together and to be able to find a way to come back to normal.
We don’t quite know what normal will look like yet as we move to the summer and into the fall, but we do know that we are planning to use best-practices to make sure that we can have in-person experiences throughout the summer, and definitely as we get into the fall.
I know that you all received an email about registering for classes for the fall, and you should be able to find any class that you want in an in-person format. Also, for those of you still want to remain online, as many as possible in an online format.
So again, we’re always going to keep your safety first and foremost, but we’re also committed to making sure that we can we can return to the normal, robust experience of what it means to go to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and be a Phoenix.
We’re very proud of the work that you’ve done throughout the pandemic to have such a low positivity rate, to be able to really lead the way in what it means to be responsible throughout the pandemic.
I hope that you have a wonderful conclusion to your semester, a terrific summer, and I look forward to seeing all of you hopefully back in person here in the fall.