Summer courses to be delivered in hybrid NUflex model


Kelly Thomas

In an email Feb. 26, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs David Madigan announced that summer courses will be taught using the NUflex model.

Marta Hill, deputy campus editor

As students’ time tickets to register for summer courses steadily come and go, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs David Madigan, announced in an email Feb. 26 that summer courses will be delivered in the NUflex model. 

At this time, we anticipate that classroom density limitations will continue to be necessary as the vaccine rollout continues over the course of the spring and summer,” Madigan wrote. 

With the exception of a small number of hands-on labs and studio classes, all undergraduate and graduate classes can be attended in person using the dynamic scheduler or remotely. 

I want to once again assure you that we are committed to both providing the best possible learning experience and to keeping our Northeastern community healthy and safe,” Madigan wrote. 

Registration for summer courses opened Feb. 22 for continuing students. They were assigned a time ticket, accessible through myNortheastern, to register for classes. Time tickets opened between Feb. 19 and Feb. 26 and depend on the number of credits a student has.