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Do you offer online study options during COVID-19?

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    Northeastern University

    Northeastern University

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    Yes, Northeastern has introduced hybrid and New Flex as a flexible way for students to learn anywhere. Hybrid and New Flex is a model designed to deal with density restrictions and to provide flexibility to faculty and students. The concept is this where some students will be in the classroom and some students will learn remotely in real time, supported by classroom technology and in some classes with an instructional assistant.

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    Claremont Graduate University

    Claremont Graduate University

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    This is Heather with CGUs international admissions office. So what CGU has been operating under for covid-19 is a hybrid flex model. So the hybrid flex model means that a majority of our classes are going to be held online. But for students who require in-person meetings, we are going to be offering hybrid options. And those hybrid options pretty much mean that there will be some online components to the class as well as in-person meetings.

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