COVID-19

Campus moves to virtual instruction for the rest of the semester and will close nonessential services. Details...
Coronavirus/COVID-19 Information

Student Resources

Adapting to new ways of teaching and learning in light of COVID-19 is a shared adventure for all of us. We know there will be some confusion and frustration as we all adapt—please don’t be discouraged. Your faculty are working hard to help you finish your courses successfully, and the University has ramped up multiple forms of extra support.

Keep Learning

The Keep Learning website is a one-stop-shop with everything students need to finish the semester successfully, including advice from experienced distance learners. The site provides students tips, best practices, and resources for online learning. You can also get to know the software being used in your courses and the many free tools available to you.

The Keep Learning support team is available live Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. to answer questions and teach you how to use these online tools. Please make use of this great resource!

Keep Learning

Technology Support

  • IT Support Services will provide comprehensive technology support, including laptop loans and virtual technology assistance.

Student Support

Although courses will be conducted online, the University is open for business and all offices will do their best to support student success. 

Open for Limited In-Person Services

  • WellCat Health Center,
  • Hungry Wildcat Food Pantry
    • Open Mon.–Fri., 11 a.m.–2 p.m. (or by appointment)
    • The pantry will prepare to-go bags with food or with hygiene products for the students to pick up at the entrance of the pantry. Students will be allowed to take more than one bag as long as food inventory can accommodate and can email regarding more specific dietary needs.

Open for Virtual Services

Almost all student services continue to be available virtually by phone, video, or email. Please visit individual program websites for more details.

Some key services: 

Associated Students has also created a Virtual Engagement Center with everything from stress relief tools to at-home workouts from the WREC to weekly social media challenges.

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