Return To Fall 2021 Plan

Course Modality UW-Stout strives to prioritize the health and safety of its employees, while balancing the learning environment that fosters student success. With this in mind, every attempt should be made not to alter the instructional schedule after students have registered for courses or during the term. Changes in course offerings directly impact student schedules and could impact their commitments to live and/or work locally. Some students are not comfortable with online learning and this feedback has been received in multiple venues. If a course modality change is initiated as a result of an approved medical accommodation, the department chair will route that request to the college dean for approval and coordinate implementation via Registration and Records. The chair will coordinate respective student communications regarding this change in consultation with the instructor. If student attendance concerns due to isolation or quarantine periods impact the learning environment, instructors may reach out to The communication will be routed to additional stakeholders (department chair and/or college dean and/ or provost) to collaboratively discuss approaches to foster a productive learning environment. EXPECTATIONS AND GUIDELINES All employees and students are expected to fully comply with the protocols and guidelines outlined in this document. Failure to do so may result in corrective action. Every reasonable effort will be made to gain voluntary cooperation before engaging in the formal disciplinary process. Instructors (faculty and instructional academic staff) requesting a medical accommodation to teach remotely should do so via Human Resources.




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