Coronavirus FAQ: Are there spaces at University Park for remote class sessions?

August 20, 2020

The University has approximately 45 designated Remote Learning Rooms at University Park for students to use to view their remote classes individually or together in small groups, while social distancing and wearing masks, this fall. These spaces are smaller general purpose classrooms that have not been scheduled for classes because social distancing (due to COVID-19) did not permit for the necessary occupancy. So these rooms are free for this use. In addition to regular student spaces on campus that have had seating adjusted for social distancing, these rooms are open for use during normal building hours and have clear signage indicating that they are intended for access for remote classes. Students will need to bring their own devices. Room locations and capacity are available by selecting the “Remote Learning Rooms” option on the campus map a map.psu.edu.

The answer to this question and answers to popular questions surrounding the University's response to the coronavirus pandemic can be found by visiting the "latest updates" section of Penn State's comprehensive coronavirus FAQ. The section will be updated regularly with new or significantly revised questions and answers for students, faculty, staff and the community, at https://virusinfo.psu.edu/faq.

Readers also can follow the latest stories about the response at https://news.psu.edu/tag/coronavirus.

 
Last Updated August 20, 2020