An update regarding UNH’s pass/fail motion

Less than two days after its Faculty Senate passed a motion encouraging the implementation of a “pass/fail” course system for the remainder of the spring semester in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) emailed its response to the motion, and its plans to implement the temporary system, to the UNH community. Students will be able to change any “letter grade course” to a pass/fail grade.

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UNH Faculty Senate passes pass/fail motion

The University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) Faculty Senate passed a motion on Tuesday encouraging a “pass/fail” course option for all interested students and professors for the rest of the Spring 2020 semester, one of many moves made by the UNH community as they attempt to accommodate a student body uprooted by the unprecedented coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and adapting to a fully-online learning experience.

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State-level COVID-19 update

While much information regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) is constantly changing, state and local leaders including the University of New Hampshire (UNH) are being proactive about these times and what they necessitate.

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Stillings remains open during COVID-19

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) sent students, staff and faculty home to work remotely for the rest of the semester. Almost every quintessential part of campus has closed its doors. However, there is one campus building that remains fully functional: Stillings Dining Hall.

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