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Last Updated: June 22, 2020

Universal Technical Institute (UTI) Statement on COVID-19

In order to train UTI students to fill critical and essential jobs in transportation and other essential industries, UTI is beginning to resume hands-on, in-person lab instruction at its campuses. The below table summarizes the campuses now open for hands-on, in-person labs.

Please note – we plan to update this table as needed on a weekly basis until all our campuses are re-opened.

Campus

Date open for labs

% of UTI student population*

Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

May 4, 2020

11%

Houston, TX

May 4, 2020

9%

Avondale, AZ

May 11, 2020

12%

Long Beach, CA

May 11, 2020

7%

Mooresville, NC

May 11, 2020

6%

Phoenix, AZ – MMI

May 11, 2020

5%

Orlando, FL

May 26, 2020

14%

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

May 26, 2020

9%

Lisle, IL

June 1, 2020

7%

Sacramento, CA

June 1, 2020

8%

Exton, PA

June 8, 2020

6%

Norwood, MA

June 8, 2020

< 1%

Bloomfield, NJ

July 1, 2020

5%

* Based upon active student enrollment pre COVID-19 pandemic

The format for hands-on, in-person labs has been modified to account for CDC protocols and state and local health and safety guidelines, including social distancing, appropriate sanitizing procedures, mandatory face coverings and temperature checks before entering campuses. Lab sessions will initially be limited to nine students and one instructor per session and students and employees will enter and leave campuses at staggered times. There will be multiple lab sessions per day that will vary by campus depending upon the number of students and the type of program. Students’ courses will include modified CDC compliant hands-on, in-person lab training as we are able to open them at each campus, coupled with online instructor-led lectures and demonstrations.

We will continue to support the health and well-being of our students, employees and campus communities, while working with state and local authorities to reopen campuses as soon as possible and appropriate.

Regards,
UTI

You can find additional UTI updates and related information at www.uti.edu/covid-19.

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