By BBN Staff: Galen University is leading the way in innovative learning measures amidst the coronavirus pandemic that is threatening Belize.
Last week, the university informed students and stakeholders that effective March 16th, it would move all its Central Farm Campus classes to ” live-online” classes.
This week, all Central Farm Campus classes have been meeting online at their normally scheduled time and have been delivered by the respective professors via Blackboard Collaborate and Moodle. Students have been advised that tests for the remainder of the semester and all final exams will be done online. Final exams are scheduled for the period of April 14-18.
Galen University will close its Central Farm Campus and all its centers around the country for one month starting Friday, March 20th. During this temporary closure, the University will operate virtually, and all services to its students and stakeholders will continue. According to the university, the Administration, Faculty, and Staff will work from their homes on ongoing projects and daily tasks.
Galen University places its greatest importance on the well-being of its students and all its employees and prides itself on its ability to proactively respond to national and international threats such as the coronavirus pandemic that is dramatically affecting the world.