It seems that campus life as we know it may not resume for quite some time. A handful of Ontario universities' fall semesters are already migrating online, after students across the province were sent home for the remainder of this year. Now, schools are starting to plan their online schedules for next year as Ontario adjusts to its new norm.\nIf you were hoping to attend your lectures in person this fall, you might want to think again.\nOn May 15, the University of Windsor was one of the universities that announced it would be moving most of its courses online for fall 2020. They announced that this even included final exams.\nThe move is being made to eliminate any health risks students may face if in-person classes were to resume.\n“A decision has therefore been made to deliver UWindsor courses, including their final exams, primarily online in Fall 2020,” read a statement from President Robert Gordon.\nThe University of Ottawa made a similar announcement stating that it will allow both Canadian and international students to study virtually during its upcoming semester.\n“This week, we announced that all fall courses, with some exceptions, will include a distance-learning option to enable students to continue their studies during the pandemic. Both Canadian and international students will be able to learn from home without having to be physically present on campus,” read a statement from President Jacques Frémont.\nView this post on Instagram FR/EN La question est sur toutes les lèvres: qu'adviendra-t-il du trimestre d’automne? 🍂🏛️ Il va sans dire qu’il y aura bel et bien un trimestre d’automne à l’Université d’Ottawa. Il reste encore à déterminer comment l’Université fonctionnera lors de la rentrée. Ce sont les directives des autorités de santé publique qui détermineront si les cours seront offerts en présentiel ou non. 💡Nous mobilisons l’ensemble des ressources afin d’être prêts, que ce soit pour vous accueillir sur le campus, pour poursuivre l’apprentissage en ligne ou pour une combinaison des deux. Nous vous partagerons les détails de la rentrée de l’automne dès que ceux-ci seront disponibles. 👉À lire dans le courriel du recteur et vice-chancelier (lien dans la bio) ▪️ The questions on everyone's mind: what will our fall semester look like?🏛️🍂 It goes without saying that there will be a fall 2020 academic term at uOttawa. Whether we offer courses in person on campus this fall will be determined by the public health guidelines in place at that time. 💡We are mobilizing the entire campus to be ready to teach in person or online, or some combination of the two. Detailed plans for the fall term will be shared with you as soon as they are available. 👉Learn more from the President Frémont's letter (link in bio) A post shared by University of Ottawa (@uottawa) on Apr 29, 2020 at 10:29am PDT\nHowever, Ottawa did mention that it is hoping to offer some on-campus classes during their fall term. Further details will be provided in the coming weeks.\nRyerson Univesity also confirmed on Thursday that it would be joining the group of schools that are switching to virtual learning this fall.\nView this post on Instagram #university #schoolbuilding A post shared by nonoy (@n0nuy) on May 14, 2020 at 9:47am PDT\nHowever, the will continue to look at a way to potentially mix both online and in-person classes.\nOther Ontario universities that are cautiously moving fall classes online include Laurier, Queens, and Carleton.\nLaurier states that most classes will be offered online this fall term. The university also warns that residence may be affected as school starts up in September.\nThey state that there is a possibility that "physical-distancing requirements [will] reduce our residence capacity for fall 2020."\nHowever, more information on student living will become available by mid-June.