A variety of circumstances might require students to temporarily take classes remotely (online) with minimal notice: a severe weather event, increased absenteeism during a flu outbreak, a family emergency requiring your presence elsewhere, etc. This guide provides you with actions to take when making that shift quickly, and resources to support the transition.
- Keep up with the latest information at the university COVID-19 site.
- Remain in regular contact with your professor and TAs. Whether via email or the announcements forum in Moodle, they need to hear from you.
- Review your syllabus as needed to accommodate changes.
- If you have disability accommodations, please contact your professor to assure the accessibility of your online course.
- If you are going through additional stress, remember that the Student Assistance Center is there for you.
Latest Email Updates
- March 23, 2020 - GRADUATE STUDENTS: Important Information, Resources, and Support from Associate Dean Christopher Span
- March 23, 2020 - Reminder: College of Education classes resume in alternative format on Wednesday, March 25 from James D. Anderson, Dean
- March 20, 2020 - STUDENTS: Important Information, Resources, and Support from Associate Dean Lisa Monda-Amaya
- March 16, 2020 - Effective Immediately: Continuity Plan for Remote Teaching, Working, and Learning from James D. Anderson, Dean
- March 11, 2020 - Important COVID-19 Spring Break Information for Students from James D. Anderson, Dean
- If you have problems connecting to an online class, please see the Technology Support page.
- If you have questions about your physical and mental health, please see our Support Services Resources.
- If you would normally stop in to SAAO (Room 110), please see the Undergraduate page.
- If you would normally stop in to GSSO (Room 142), please see the Graduate page.
- For questions about Teacher Licensure (for both Undergraduates and Graduates), please see our Teacher Licensure page.