Classes for Fall 2020

Classes for Fall 2020

The University of Hawai‘i follows the latest guidelines to address the COVID-19 pandemic. These guidelines change how your classes will be delivered throughout the summer and fall 2020.

  • The University of Hawai‘i announces it will hold in-person classes in the fall.
  • As of July 1, 2020, some of your courses have been converted from face-to-face (F2F) to online delivery. Please check STAR and review your class schedule. If you have questions, please contact the instructor of the course or your Counselor or Advisor
  • Definitions
    • CRN – Course Record Number
    • Face to Face – your classes will be on campus at the date, time and location on your schedule
    • Online – your class will meet online
      • Synchronous – the class meets at a specified date and time each week  as listed on your schedule
      • Asynchronous – the class does not meet at a specified date and time each week.
    • Hybrid – part of your class will meet face-to-face at a specified date and time on campus as listed on your schedule and the other part of your class is online.
  • Deciphering your schedule
    • If your class has the date, time, and building, the class is on campus (no online instruction)
    • If your class has a date and time but the building code is WWW, the class is online but meets at the date and time specified (synchronous)
    • If your class does not have a date and time, and the building code is WWW TBA, your class is online and you will be required to participate in unscheduled online learning activities.
    • If your class code is HTI, it will be a combination of face-to-face and online classwork. See the syllabus of the class for more information.
    • If your class has 2 CRNs (course record numbers), part of your class has a date, time and building for meeting face-to-face. The other part of the class will be online.
  • Online Learning Information: Please check out Student Success in Learning Remotely for general information and helpful hints on succeeding in your online course. Students, should you need IT or coursework support please contact your professor or course instructor immediately. Or, reach out to your academic adviser.

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