Thursday classes canceled unless a contract settlement is reached
Oakland University classes will remain canceled for Thursday, Sept. 10 unless a faculty contract agreement can be reached prior to their regular start time.
University administrators are hopeful that intervention by the Oakland County Circuit Court will help lead to a resolution and that students can return to classes soon. Oakland Circuit Judge Edward Sosnick has ordered both parties to negotiate continuously and through the night if necessary order to reach an agreement.
Meanwhile, university administrators are exploring options to ensure that a full course of instruction can be delivered during the fall semester and that the quality of coursework is not compromised. Students will be informed of any such decisions as quickly as possible. The university also will quickly communicate any important developments in contract negotiations.
All extracurricular campus activities will continue as planned. Students are urged to check oakland.edu early Thursday morning for any updates that may become available.
OU classes will remain canceled for Thursday, Sept. 10, unless a faculty contract agreement can be reached prior to their regular start time. All extracurricular activities will continue as planned.
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