From University of Warwick:
We wanted to write to express our support for you and your communities during the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak. We have been thinking of you and all our offer holders and hope that you and your families have been spared the worst effects.
The University of Warwick greatly values the health, welfare and safety of its students and staff, whether they are currently on our campus or are hoping to join our community in September. We are actively supporting the students and staff who are worried about the situation and limit the implications that this may have on their studies; enabling them to focus on supporting their family, friends and colleagues in South Korea.
We are aware that many schools have been closed and that many students may have experienced disruption in their education. Please be assured we are monitoring the situation closely, working with The British Council and will consider any positive action we can take in relation to missed courses or examinations when the situation becomes more clear.
We are aware that some schools have been able to provide online learning for their students. We will, of course, be pleased to receive any information you can send relating to the online classes your school has been able to provide and the structured self-led study that your students have been encouraged to engage in. Should students be able to take their exams, your comments on any effect on their results are welcomed to inform our decision making.
We will post updates our policies and arrangements for students planning to join us in 2020 as they arise on our FAQ page so please regularly take a look at them. You may also be interested to read the information that we have provided for our current community on campus.
From Williams University:
We are committed to making sure that students and families can continue to explore Williams from afar. Here are some useful ways to do so: