On Friday, Jan. 8, you received an email from Chancellor Everts informing you that classes will begin Jan. 19, but that we are delaying students' return to campus. Classes will meet online until Feb. 1 with a few special exceptions. You can read the full announcement here.
The information below offers additional guidance about the first two weeks of remote instruction, as well as information about additional support for students.
On Thursday, Jan. 14 we will have completed updates on all class listings in AppalNet indicating the course delivery method for the first two weeks of remote instruction in the course notes. If you have a course that is an exception to the online start, your course note will indicate this, so please read your schedule carefully. Information about how to view and read your class schedule may be found on this Course Schedules FAQ page.
Between now and your first day of class, check for additional information from your instructors via email or your course ASULearn page about the meeting pattern for your course and how to access it. Some faculty may be finalizing details throughout this week.
The university is open and many campus services are available now, including:
Additionally, many departmental equipment checkout areas, research labs, practice rooms and studios are also available.
Some services are offered remotely, so be sure to check with the appropriate office about the best way to do so.
There are many people at the university who are here to help you. Please reach out if you need assistance. If you aren’t sure who can help you, here’s where you can start:
Academic questions, needs or challenges: Begin with your faculty member, then reach out to your Department Chair or academic advisor for additional assistance if needed. For more information or assistance, contact Academic Affairs.
Student support and resources and assistance for on- and off-campus students: Contact the Office of the Dean of Students, who can assist directly and/or connect you with campus resources or help in your local area.
COVID-19 questions and updates: Begin by reviewing the information on the university’s coronoavirus website. The weekly COVID-19 updates that are emailed to campus are also posted on this site. For more information or assistance, contact Emergency Management.
You may also reach out to any of us directly. Our contact information is linked below.
Mark Ginn, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
Academic Affairs contact for undergraduate students - email me
Mike McKenzie, Vice Provost and Dean, Cratis D. Williams School of Graduate Studies
Academic Affairs contact for graduate students - email me
Alan Rasmussen, Dean of Students
Student Affairs contact for undergraduate and graduate students - email me