The University of Washington will move more than 90% of classes online this fall. UW President Ana Mari Cauce announced the latest guidelines in a letter to students Thursday. A majority of classes will be remote with the exception of instruction that cannot take place virtually. Cauce said these are likely the “final plans” for fall quarter, though she cautioned that guidance could change depending on the trajectory of the pandemic. GeekWire previously reported last month that 80% of classes would shift online due to the pandemic. In-person classes will be held with safety measures and physical distancing.