Posted: Friday, March 13, 2020. 8:47 am CST.
Classes will meet at their normally scheduled time and will be delivered by their assigned professors.
They will be delivered via Blackboard Collaborate. The link for each class will be posted on the class’ Moodle site.
The content of the courses will not change — only the mode of delivery changes.
Furthermore, all tests and exams (including the final exams) will be conducted online, and not at the centers.
Galen advised that any students who experience challenges accessing online classes during the daytime may come to campus to do so.
Pre-registration and advising for the summer session will continue. Students who are still in need of advising should contact their advisers and/deans.
Students may liaise with the Student Financial Officers via email and WhatsApp to make payments.
Although there are no confirmed COVID-19 cases in Belize at this time, these measures are precautionary and meant to protect students, many of whom travel to campus daily using the public transportation system.
The Central Farm campus will remain open, and faculty and staff will be in office and available to students.
Galen encourages students to continue to take all precautionary measures of their own, and to monitor and pay heed to the daily Public Service Announcements from the Ministry of Health
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