The University of Wisconsin-Superior has moved all of its summer courses online to ensure campus safety amid the coronavirus pandemic.

A large majority of summer classes were already offered online, with the 24 remaining in-person courses now being offered online as well, according to a news release.

Summer and fall registration opens Monday for UWS students. A two-week waiting period for on-campus students wanting to enroll in online summer courses has been lifted, allowing students to register when their advising window opens, according to the release.

Decisions about fall course or summer programming and events, like summer camps, haven't been made yet.

In response to the pandemic, the campus offered its in-person spring courses in an "alternate delivery mode" in March, according to New Tribune reporting.