Fresno Pacific University is temporarily suspending all in-person, on-campus classes next week.
The university said it will equip faculty to conduct all classes online through April 12, after which time it will assess the situation and review the plan to see how best to complete the semester. This will apply to students in the traditional undergraduate, bachelor’s degree completion, graduate and seminary programs.
Starting Monday, March 23, all classes will be fully online. Faculty will be contacting you next week with instructions, either through email or a Moodle course shell.
Students who live on campus are welcome to stay, or return home if they would prefer and are able. Residence hall and dining facilities remain open, and service offices—including, but not limited to, the Student Financial Services Office, the Academic Success Center, computer labs, Hiebert Library and the Health Center—are open for their normal business hours.
Many students are involved in clinicals, internships and placements. The decisions on whether those continue or any changes in procedure will be made by the sponsoring organization. Please contact that organization for guidance.