Kellogg is committed to ensuring the health and well-being of our community during this global pandemic. We continue to follow federal and state guidance, along with decisions made by Northwestern University.
Kellogg is offering its programs in hybrid and virtual formats this fall quarter, in order to comply with region-specific health guidelines and provide maximum flexibility and access to members of our community. No matter the modality, we’re committed to delivering an exceptional experience for students across all Kellogg degree programs.
We have taken a very intentional approach in designing classroom and co-curricular experiences in order to dissolve barriers between faculty and students present in the classroom and those online. Our hybrid model brings faculty and students together in the classroom, while facilitating live collaboration with virtual peers and ensuring that proper social distancing protocols are followed.
Visit the NU Coronavirus Page for university-wide decisions, including the plan for a phased return to campus.
Read research and insights on COVID-19 from Kellogg faculty