Summer 2021

UTM will be offering the majority of Summer 2021 courses remotely, with select opportunities for dual-delivery, and limited in-person only delivery for specific courses. A list of Summer courses can be found on the Timetable website.

When course enrolment begins, students, faculty, instructors and TAs can be assured that the delivery mode of their course will be completed as they were originally scheduled (i.e., remote course will be completed remotely; in-person will be completed in-person, pending restrictions). The university has focused on creating a flexible model to ensure that dual-delivery or in-person only courses can adapt, if needed, to prioritize the safety of our community based on the recommendations of the provincial public health experts as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves in the coming months.

The University thanks its students, faculty, instructors, TAs and staff for their flexibility during these challenging times as we work together to maintain the standards of excellence that are the hallmark of the University.

 

What will the Summer session look like at UTM? Updated February 3, 2021 at 2:20pm

Approximately 82% of courses will be delivered remotely, with 16% of courses offering dual-delivery, and 1% will be offered in-person only. We are making sure to schedule all courses carefully to avoid concentrations of students, and that expectations with respect to on campus presence are clear to instructors and teaching assistants. Students, faculty, instructors and TAs can be assured that the course delivery mode of their course will end as they started. This means that online courses will stay online, and in-person only courses will be completed in-person (unless more severe public health restrictions are introduced). Students can enrol into courses confidently and make necessary arrangements as needed for any summer arrangements, such as housing, work, or personal commitments.
 

Where can I see a list of Summer courses? Updated February 3, 2021 at 2:20pm

A tentative list of Summer courses can be found on the  Future Course Offerings page; the final schedule will be published to the Timetable website.

The university has focused on creating a flexible model to ensure that dual-delivery or in-person only courses can adapt, if needed, to prioritize the safety of our community based on the recommendations of the provincial public health experts as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves in the coming months.

The University thanks its students, faculty, instructors, TAs and staff for their flexibility during these challenging times as we work together to maintain the standards of excellence that are the hallmark of the University.