The Learning Continues

Our campus is closed, but the learning continues! 

This page will be updated regularly with information about Walden's campus closure and our remote learning plan. Building an inclusive community has been an everyday practice and focus for Walden for 49 years, and we still uphold that the most salient part of a Walden education is about personal connection and the co-creation of learning with students. Even remotely, we will continue to nurture empathy, intellectual curiosity, motivation, and a sense of justice.  

In uncertain times, the connections we have within our close-knit community are more valuable than ever. We are deeply grateful for your support and partnership.

Campus Closure

Starting Monday, March 16, 2020, we have canceled all in-person classes and student-related activities, and transitioned to remote learning alternatives in a collaborative effort to sustain the health and well-being of our learning community and practice the social distancing advice given to communities around the world. 

Friday, March 20 Update

The most recent guidance from our elected leaders and health professionals is more restrictions and a minimum of eight weeks of the current “social distancing” precautions. Additionally, last night’s "Safer at Home" order will be in effect until at least April 19.  

With the health and safety of children and families at the center of our decision making, Walden will continue with remote learning after spring break and at least into mid-May.


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