In response to COVID-19, the Glasscock School has moved the majority of our upcoming offerings online. Learn more here

COVID-19 UPDATES

Learn more about Glasscock School activites and response to the coronavirus situation.

 
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For the remainder of the spring, we will be suspending all face-to-face instruction and will move to virtual learning environments. There will be some course rescheduling and cancellations. Please keep a close eye on your inbox for more detailed information from your program directors. We plan to resume normal class operations in the summer, pending public health guidance.

 
DEPARTMENT-SPECIFIC UPDATES

There are no programs convening on campus in March. All programming scheduled for April and May will be conducted online. Please direct any inquiries to collegready@rice.edu.

Certificate students with upcoming classes have received notification of a change in format as appropriate. All classes currently open for registration will transition to an online learning environment or be postponed until such time as the university authorizes face-to-face instruction. Please check your email and direct any inquiries to cpnl@rice.edu with questions.

The Glasscock School’s Community Learning and Engagement department has moved selected spring 2020 courses online in response to Rice University’s and the Glasscock School’s cancellation of all in-person courses for the remainder of the semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this difficult, uncertain time, we are more committed than ever to fostering community learning and engagement. 
 
In spring 2020, we are offering both synchronous online classes (in real time with some interaction) and on-demand (recorded) online classes. The Glasscock School’s e-learning team—which has developed and implemented hundreds of online courses—is collaborating with our program staff to support our students and instructors during these courses. Our online classes are designed to be content-rich, engaging and easy to access. We look forward to welcoming you to our virtual classrooms. Please direct any inquiries to cpcoord@rice.edu
 

All coursework will move online and to other remote formats to help promote the social distancing recommended by the CDC for the remainder of the spring. We will continue to hold classes at our scheduled time but we will be conducting class virtually. Your program coordinator should have already reached out regarding this new mode of learning. Please direct any inquiries to 713-348-4826 or education@rice.edu.

All coursework will move online and to other remote formats to help promote the social distancing recommended by the CDC for the remainder of the spring. We will continue to hold classes at our scheduled time, but we will be conducting class virtually. Your program coordinator should have already reached out regarding this new mode of learning. Please direct any inquiries to 713-348-4019.

All coursework will move online and to other remote formats to help promote the social distancing recommended by the CDC for the remainder of the spring. We will continue to hold classes at our scheduled time but we will be conducting class virtually. Your program coordinator should have already reached out regarding this new mode of learning. Please direct any inquiries to mls@rice.edu.

All coursework will move online and to other remote formats to help promote the social distancing recommended by the CDC for the remainder of the spring. We will continue to hold classes at our scheduled time, but we will be conducting class virtually. Your program coordinator should have already reached out with how to connect for your course. Please direct any inquiries to riceprofdev@rice.edu.

All programming scheduled for March and April will be conducted online. Please direct any inquiries to slc@rice.edu.

All coursework will move online and to other remote formats to help promote the social distancing recommended by the CDC for the remainder of the spring. We will continue to hold classes at our scheduled time but we will be conducting class virtually. Your program coordinator should have already reached out regarding this new mode of learning. These virtual classes will not count against your remote attendance, and you should check-in for class as “present.” Please direct any inquiries to riceprofdev@rice.edu