CU Boulder has not yet made an official statement on what the fall semester will bring, but Chancellor Phil DiStefano has said that the guidelines for the fall semester will be released before June 1. For now, the university has released a loose set of guidelines for what the fall semester will look like after the campus has turned entirely to virtual learning.

CU Boulder is set to offer more online and virtual learning course in the fall semester compared to other semesters. The campus will also slowly phase in students and extracurricular activities as is deemed safe.

“To address the many challenges of the pandemic, our plans will focus on the broad needs of our students, faculty and staff — including our most vulnerable populations — empowering individuals to choose from a flexible range of in-person, hybrid and remote opportunities that can meet each person’s unique and changing needs during the fall,” DiStefano wrote in a letter to campus.

Kaylee was raised (but not *technically* born) in Colorado. She graduated from Regis University with a bachelor of arts in English. During her time at Regis she worked as a teaching assistant in a freshman classroom setting and in the writing center helping students on a variety of topics. While there, she discovered Cura Personalis, or care for the entire person, leading to her love of feminism and desire for equal rights for all. Kaylee is the managing editor for AboutBoulder, OnDenver, and a key member of the OnMetro team, launching this platform in cities across the United States.