LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — On the school's Twitter account Sunday, the University of Kentucky said they wanted to clarify some terminology that may have caused confusion.
The University of Kentucky says due to the coronavirus, some of their classes for the upcoming fall semester will be online. But not all of them.
We want to respond to some of the concerns being raised and offer some clarification around some terminology that, understandably, creates confusion at times. (1/10)— University of Kentucky (@universityofky) July 19, 2020
UK said about two-thirds of all class sections involve in-class, in-person instruction, and that almost every first-year student will have at least some in-person instruction.
There will be a mix of courses, both in-person and online, as part of UK's effort to ensure health and safety while maximizing the residential experience.
Many classes will involve a mix of in-person instruction and online, video, or remote learning.