Classes at CF move to online following coronavirus precautions

CF moves to online for students for the rest of the semester.

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Courtesy of College of Central Florida

Upon the recommendation of the Florida Governor and Department of Education, the College of Central Florida will complete spring semester classes in an online format. We are focusing on safety while also remaining committed to maintaining operations so that students can complete classes.

To support social distancing, CF has canceled all events through May 15. That includes our graduation ceremony, Visual and Performing Arts events, Student Life events, and any events contracted through CF Conference Services. We are looking for other ways to celebrate and recognize our graduates. The Appleton Museum of Art will remain closed to the public through May 15.

CF will continue to offer full onsite student services, though we encourage you to conduct your business through email and other online options. Common spaces such as the Learning Resources Centers and Patriot Cafe will remain open, and some classrooms may be opened to allow students without internet access to complete their assignments. Throughout all of our locations, we will adhere to social distancing with a limitation of 10 individuals in a single space.

Full-time and part-time faculty and staff, please report to work the week of Monday, March 23. Note that the Patriot Café will be closed Monday and Tuesday, March 23-24, and will reopen Wednesday with grab-and-go menu options.

Please continue to be safe as we navigate this changing situation.