A similar approach will be taken at Baylor College of Medicine in Texas, according to Dr. Jennifer Christner, dean of the college's school of medicine.
"We're going to be doing a hybrid model, and what we mean by that is that most of our classes are going to be virtual or online," Christner says. "But there are some classes where we are going to try to bring the students in small groups, keeping safe distancing."
Jefferson: As part of that framework, we have made the decision that all on-campus classes, activities, and programs will end at the Thanksgiving break and classes and other course activity will resume remotely/online until the normal end of the semester, including final exam periods. Classes and other course activities will resume after the Thanksgiving break but will be held remotely until the normal end of the semester, including final exam periods