Midterm exams signal halfway point

Students will enter virtual classrooms following Thanksgiving break

Students enjoy pizza while taking a midterm exam in Journalism 407 Public Affairs Reporting class in the Elliff Hall media lab. Oct. 7, 2020. (Clarion News photo)

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Midterm exams are winding down as students anticipate a shortened remainder of fall semester’s second half. Students will not return to campus after they leave for Thanksgiving break on Nov. 20. Classes will move to online when classes resume post-break on Nov. 30 and continue in the virtual world through final exams, which begin Dec. 14.

Oct. 16 – Midterm grades due

Nov. 20 – Last day of classes before Thanksgiving break

Nov. 30 – Classwork resumes (all classes online)

Dec. 14 – Final exams begin

Students enjoy pizza while taking a midterm exam in Journalism 407 Public Affairs Reporting class in the Elliff Hall media lab. Oct. 7, 2020. (Clarion News photo)

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