COVID-19

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College of Humanities & Fine Arts

College of Humanities & Fine Arts

Temporary Virtual Services

We are experiencing an unprecedented moment in our lives, one that is testing who we are as people and an institution.  As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the College of Humanities and Fine Arts has shuttered the doors on our physical spaces and made the transition to a virtual college.  While this is less than ideal, we want to assure you that in this virtual space, we will approach our work, albeit in different modalities, with care, compassion, dedication to student access, equity, and success, and the same commitment to learning as we have always.  During this time, when so much is uncertain for all of us, I want to encourage us to practice being gracious—to others as well as ourselves—in our teaching, learning, navigation of processes, and interactions with our colleagues.   
 
This moment in history emphasizes the lessons that we all should keep in mind.  In addition to being gracious, remember to check in with each other as much as you are capable.  This will help to ensure continuity in our community. Also, remember to wash your hands, don’t touch your face, cough and sneeze in your elbow, maintain appropriate distances from others, and, more importantly, look out for and protect those amongst us who are vulnerable and at-risk.  
 
If you are a current student and have questions about your class, please email your professor directly.  For all other inquiries, please email Emily Amarel at eamarel@csuchico.edu(opens in new window) or leave a voicemail at 530-898-5351.  We will get back to you as soon as possible.
 
Student Learning Fee Applications
Due to the current situation with the COVID19 virus, the review process for the Student Learning Fee application process is currently on hold until further notice. 
 
Welcome to HFA's New College Advising and Retention Specialist
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The College of Humanities and Fine Arts welcomes Kylee Sharp(opens in new window), our new College Advising and Retention Specialist (CARS).   Kylee serves as a liaison between our seven academic departments, the Academic Advising Programs office, and the office of Graduation Advising.  She is available to assist students with the navigation of campus policies and procedures, student support services, and general advising.  Kylee can be reached via email at kdsharp@csuchico.edu(opens in new window).

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