No in-person classes or in-person exams this term at UWinnipeg

In recent days,  we have made a number of changes to our campus operations to help safeguard the health of the UWinnipeg community.  

As the COVID-19 situation evolves, we are taking further precautions — while striving to support students in completing their studies.

  • All classes are moving to alternate delivery.
  • There will be no in-person exams this term. Exams may be conducted online, through Nexus, or by other means.
  • Students will hear from the University via webmail by Friday, March 20 for details on how final grades will be determined for this term.
  • Upcoming Spring Term (May/June) courses will be offered via alternative delivery options. There will be no in-person classes.

Please see our online information hub for details related to campus and academic operations affected by the public health situation. It is updated regularly.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we adjust our activities in accordance with provincial and federal health agency guidelines.

Sincerely,
Dr. James Currie,
Provost & Vice-President, Academic

4 Comments

  • Karan said...

    Hi I got admitted for May intake 2020 and I wanna know how our classes will be conducted at uni ?

    • Communications said...

      Thanks for your message, Karan. We will be offering spring term courses via alternate delivery (online, through Nexus, or by other means). We will not be offering in-person classes. Spring term registration is delayed at this time. We will be updating our website, uwinnipeg.ca, with information on spring term course options as details come available.

  • Ashley said...

    Hi. I am a student at the UofW and I have already been struggling with grasping the content because the courses are now online. I have struggled to write papers because I am unable to go to the library to receive certain resources. I have tried emailing profs for help on assignments but the turn around time is not fast enough to reach their deadlines with sufficient help. I am just wondering if there is someone I could speak to to voice the concerns students have about the decisions made to our classes. I think this decision had to be made so fast that no one asked the ones that were going to be affected (us students) the most.

    • Communications said...

      Hi Ashley,

      Thanks for your message and very sorry about the challenges you are facing.

      Please email studentcentral@uwinnipeg.ca for more information and assistance regarding courses.

      Sincerely,
      Kevin