Brownsville, Texas (KVEO)—Texas Southmost College President Jesus Roberto Rodriguez announced that students attending the college in the fall will do it remotely.
According to a social media post, Rodriguez said the the Texas Southmost College Board of Trustees unanimously agreed to extend remote learning using various online technologies and alternate operations through the fall semester.
“Continuing to value the health and safety of the students, faculty, and staff as a priority, the Board has chosen to continue serving students remotely in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. ” said Rodriguez.
TSC Board Chair Adela Garza offered the following statement:
“With a robust on-campus student population and hundreds of employees each fall, we strongly believe it is in the community’s best interest to take this measure to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. Our students, faculty, and staff have done a magnificent job of transitioning to remote learning since spring break. We are confident in our students’ ability to maintain momentum towards their academic goals with support from a very dedicated campus community.” said TSC Board Chair Adela Garza.