UI Allowing For Remote Instruction For Students Who Choose To Stay Home After Thanksgiving-Officials Still Planning To Hold Fall Commencement

The University of Idaho is making online instruction available for the last two weeks of the fall semester.

UI President Scott Green announced on Tuesday that faculty have been asked to allow for remote instruction for students who choose to stay home for the rest of the semester.  The last two weeks of the semester start on Monday.  President Green also says that they are still planning to hold fall commencement ceremonies on December 10th.  He went on to thank Idaho State Police for providing increased patrols on campus while Moscow Police work to find out who killed four students.