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University community adapts to COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the world, Toronto Metropolitan University closed the campus to all but essential staff to help preserve the health and well-being of community members. To ensure students could continue with their studies and that other important university business could continue, Toronto Metropolitan University faculty and staff quickly mobilized to transition to alternate forms of learning and teaching, program delivery, virtual services and remote work. As the situation continues to evolve, the community finds new ways to adapt with creativity, collaboration and resilience. This site features the stories of how Toronto Metropolitan University faculty and departments are successfully facing the challenges presented by COVID-19.

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Ryerson University's President Mohamed Lachemi

“Thanks to the commitment and resilience of our community, we have ensured that our students and faculty are supported, courses continue to be delivered, and the important work of our university carries on. I am so proud of all that we have accomplished since March. I am confident that as a university, we will continue to meet the challenges that lie ahead.”

Mohamed Lachemi, President and Vice-Chancellor

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