Campus News & Updates | COVID-19 Information
Saturday, March 28, 2020
Answers to a range of questions are placed here as we know them. We make updates regularly. This is your source for information, resources and key links 24/7. Bookmark plattsburgh.edu/coronavirus.
The decision to move to distance learning modes for the spring semester affects SUNY state-operated campuses and was taken as a precaution with the guidance of state and other public health authorities.
We are operating with most staff working remotely. Events have been cancelled and services are limited. The library building is closed. More details are below ....
Students should also regularly check email for direct updates.
Academic Changes & Accommondations for Spring SemesterThe college has shifted to remote distance learning modes for spring semester. Preparation was underway before spring break. We used the break to scale up capacity and training.Academic requirements that previously anticipated a return of students after spring break have moved to provide remote participation options. Lab sections will be taught in a distance format. More details are available from departments and schools.Pass / Fail Option Available Starting April 13
The college has modified several grading policies in order to hold students harmless for the disruption. Students will be allowed to select Pass/Fail for their undergraduate courses after discussing the implications of this with their advisor. The Pass/Fail option is not available for graduate courses.
Academic advisors will provide guidance on issues such as graduation honors, minimum grades in professional programs, graduate school applications, course transfer, and GPA calculations. Students have the option to select Pass/Fail up to one day after final grades are due at the end of the spring 2020 semester or may select to keep the letter grade option.
Course Instruction Launching From Moodle
We are continuing course instruction using Moodle as the preferred launching point. If a course instructor has not yet communicated about how the course will proceed, please email the instructor or request help on Cardinal Star by raising the “I have a question about remote instruction due to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak” flag. Students can access this through MyPlattsburgh on the website or email [email protected] to learn more.
Academic Dismissals Suspended for Spring Semester
Academic dismissals are suspended for the spring 2020 semester. Students whose cumulative GPAs fall below a 2.0 will automatically be offered reinstatement on academic probation with participation in academic support programs in the fall. Students who opt not to return on probation will be allowed to withdraw rather than be dismissed.
Course Structure May Change
Course structure may change as faculty have moved courses to remote instruction. Faculty approaches to remote instruction vary and will likely be modified as both students and the faculty gain experience with Moodle and remote instruction. Please be patient. Faculty have been encouraged to make sure changes in the course assignments and requirements are equivalent to those of the face-to-face course.
On Campus Housing & Moving OutStudents were asked not to return to campus after spring break. Students cannot live on campus unless they are in a must-stay category, either an international student or a student where other safe living and dining arrangements cannot be made.The broad purpose of the college moving to distance learning is to reduce density and promote social distancing.Planning to Get ItemsStudents who have not previously communicated a need to get belongings by Sunday, March 29, should not come to campus at all until further notice. We are not able to grant access to get belongings in order to reduce the number of people coming to Plattsburgh.We will pack students' belongings and store them at no charge.Planning to Stay
The ability to stay is allowable only for those international students who cannot return home and those who are in a personal situation where no home return is possible or exists. For students who indicate they are in this category, the Student Health and Counseling Center staff will be call to review and confirm your situation directly using an “Emergency Housing Review Form.”The Campus Housing and Community Living office is available to support students during this time and can be reached at (518) 564-3824 or [email protected].
New Room Assignments
Local and state health officials have indicated a possible need for dorm space to increase the bed capacity of nearby hospitals. We may be asked to do this to serve our local community and are preparing accordingly. To do so, as well as to better support those students that absolutely must stay on campus, we will change room assignments as indicated. More details will be shared with those students who must stay.
Student Mail Center
We have taken steps to assist students with receiving their mail, whether they have moved out already, are preparing to check out, or are in the category returning to campus. Details for you to follow no matter which category you are in are online here.
Effective Monday, March 23, the only on-campus area open for dining services is the Sundowner. Pick-up from stations and grab-and-go options are available. It will close at 8 p.m. Details are online here.
Shuttle, Gym, Fitness Center Closed
The Campus Shuttle is not operating for at least the balance of the spring semester. Both the Memorial Hall gym and the Fitness Center are closed.
Credits, Refunds & BillingWe will work with students and seniors to determine the amount of credits and refunds for dorms, meals and fees they don’t use for the remainder of this semester. We are working closely with SUNY leadership to address the financial impact that remote instruction, distance learning, and campus housing changes will have on students and families.
We want to be certain that we make decisions that do not jeopardize any student’s financial aid. Those underlying principles are under study and review.Housing and Meal PlansStudent Financial Services is currently developing a method to credit the unused portion of housing and meal plan costs for the spring 2020 semester. Students should check-out of their residence hall rooms using the outlined procedures. Details are online here.Tuition and Fees
We are analyzing other fees, such as athletics and recreation fees, to determine approaches that are fair to students. Details will be shared when developed.
We will not be refunding tuition costs because we will continue to deliver credit for coursework via distance learning and remote instruction. We are taking every measure to make sure you continue to receive a high-quality education. Additionally, for all students, we will not be refunding the technology fee because we will be relying heavily on our technology resources to provide distance learning, nor the career services fee as those services are provided in-person or remotely currently.
We will provide more detail and clarity as we develop these approaches in the coming days. This work is in progress to assure fair and prompt actions.Payment PlansWe have delayed payment plan due dates for this spring semester by one month. This means that payments due by March 20 can be delayed until April 20, and payments due by April 20 can be delayed until May 20.We have lifted all financial holds through June 30, and will avoid posting late payment fees for spring 2020 past-due balances until June 30. For any related questions, please contact Student Financial Services at [email protected]
College Operations, Working at Home & EmploymentCollege Operations & Working at Home
New York State is encouraging as much work as possible to take place from homes as we promote social distancing and other best practices. The restrictions are in place until further notice.
- Most employees will not come to work here. The definition of "essential" is focused on employees whose work is necessary to provide for the much more limited number of students remaining on campus, the maintenance of facilities themselves and the servicing of new remote distance learning frameworks. A list of offices in which those employees work is below.
- Supervisors will identify which employees in essential functions need to report to work here. We understand individual circumstances come into play. Also, all employees in a given area may not be necessary for that office, particularly as the on-campus student population will be a very small percentage of normal. Some employees in other offices may be temporarily asked to assist in essential areas.
- Employees who do not need to be here should not come to campus. Consider all offices not otherwise identified below as functioning remotely. Faculty, for example, can access offices if needed, or come to do distance learning. But they should not stay here longer than necessary or have meetings on campus. No offices should be handling walk-up customers or providing face-to-face service.
- Correspondence and functioning will be done remotely to serve students and the public. Each area has developed approaches to serving students remotely to enable us to continue operations. This is the priority. Continue to refine these through the next week or so.
Essential employees are expected to report to work and this status is being communicated to individual employees. However, we understand employees may be affected by COVID-19-related changes in the community. Essential employees facing exceptional circumstances impairing their ability to report may submit a request for a temporary alternate work location.
For those operations that cannot be done remotely, supervisors are encouraged to consider staggering shifts or alternating staff during the week to minimize the number of employees on campus at the same time. Learn more about building access here.
We are promoting recommended social distancing and limiting population density on campus as we continue to operate. Please contact Human Resource Services at (518) 564-5062 with specific questions.
Classroom and Customer Support Services
Computer Information Systems
Computing Systems and Desktop Support
Administration and Finance
Capital Planning & Construction
Central Heating Plant
Maintenance and Operations Center
Enrollment & Student Success
Angell College Center
Campus Housing and Community Living
Student Health and Counseling Center
University PoliceMail Center
The Mail Center will remain open, but the door will be locked. A sign will be put on the door that indicates this change. Daily delivery of mail to individual departments will cease, except for a limited number of student-facing departments. Details on the more limited operations are here.Student Employment
Students should not return to on-campus employment until further notice. Workers should notify their supervisor via email of their personal situation. Understand much of the staff is working remotely and it may take some time before someone reaches out to you. We have been directed to reduce the number of employees reporting to work. This includes student workers. If you have questions, please email us at [email protected]Paychecks
Effective Wednesday, March 19, checks only will be mailed to individuals until further notice. They cannot be picked up at Human Resource Services. Direct deposit is available.Employee Resources
Resources, Accessibility & Support
Library, IT Resources & BookstoreLibrary ClosedThe Feinberg Library is closed. This is being done to reduce the number of people in the building and promote social distancing.
Library staff members are working remotely and responding via email, phone and tickets as able. The helpdesk remains open for computer repairs and needs. Access the library online here.Remote Computer Lab
A 200-seat remote computer lab is available 24/7. It can be securely accessed using campus login credentials. This web-based lab provides remote access to software that is currently available in our physical computer labs. Software titles include Adobe, Microsoft Office, SOSS, ArcGIS, Maple, Mathematica, AVID Pro, Vega Movie Studio, VmWare Workstation, Visio and more.There is no client software to download. Login at https://remotelab.plattsburgh.edu and click on the lab with the software you would like to use.Books, Copying and Interlibrary Loan Services
Feinberg Library books can be taken home by students without worry about late returns. Many institutions and libraries have also opted to temporarily close or stop services. Please keep any loaned materials until futher notice.We are unable to process any new interlibary loan requests for physical materials. You may continue to request articles. For questions, email [email protected].Special CollectionsSpecial Collections is closed to walk-in visitors for the semester. It will continue to provide services, and will handle requests for research help by phone and email. Students and faculty who need assistance or access to collections are
asked to contact Debra Kimok at [email protected] or (518) 564-5206.
Phones and Telecommunications
Using Voice Mail
Quick Reference Contacts
Helpdesk, [email protected], (518) 564-4433 or (800) 787-8773
Main Library Circulation Desk, [email protected], (518) 564-5199
Main Computer Lab Service Desk, [email protected], (518) 564-2222
Telecommunications, [email protected]du, (518) 564-7975
LITS is making new technology tools and services available. Some links are here:
- Remote Working / Teaching and Learning Tools
- A Guide to Videoconferencing Courses
- Zoom Video Conferencing
- Resources for Teaching and Learning
College Auxiliary Services in partnership with Follet is able to support student's sending their books back for their 'buyback' program online, thus eliminating the student from returning to campus. More and related details are available online here. Check the top red bar of the site.
Academic Advising, Student Support & Accessiblity ServicesAcademic AdvisingA remote course advisement web page with resources is online. It includes foundational information and answers. Course advisement begins Monday, March 30. Details are online here.Student Support ServicesWe are able to connect with students through multiple online platforms and will be available the same hours of operation as if we were all on campus. We will do academic advisement online, are preparing our online tutorial, and will be exploring ways to deliver other services on line.
We ask that students reach out as much as possible through electronic communications methods. Students who must see a staff member in person should call ahead.
You may contact any staff member directly through their email. If you have a general question, please contact Ashley Durocher at [email protected] or Michele Carpentier at [email protected].
Student Accessibility ServicesStudent Accessibility Services staff are available to assist. Student accommodations remain in place. We recognize accommodation needs may be different as we make the shift to remote and distance learning instruction.Students experiencing any any barriers in courses should reach out directly as we want to ensure that you feel supported. Our office remains open on campus if you need to see a staff member. We are able to connect with you through alternate online platforms and will be available the same hours of operation.
Please feel free to reach out to Jenn Curry (for general questions) at [email protected], Laura Cronk (testing services) at [email protected], or Sandi Layhee (notetaking services) at [email protected]. You can reach the office by phone at (518) 564-2810.
Educational Opportunity ProgramAppointmentsThe EOP staff is not conducting face-to-face appointments until further notice. We are prepared to assist students with this transition. Please use the appropriate links to book appointments with your advisor:Cassie: bit.ly/eopcassieLevi: bit.ly/eopleviAmy: bit.ly/eopamyJess: bit.ly/eopjessList the phone number you would like for us to call you on in the details section of your appointment when you schedule online. Direct office phone numbers and emails are:
Cassie: 518-564-2293 or [email protected]
Amy: 518-564-2290 or [email protected]
Levi: 518-564-3262 or [email protected]
Jess: 518-564-3267 or [email protected]Computer LabThe EOP Computer lab is closed for the remainder of the semester. If you do not have access to a personal device, please reach out to the office.TutoringWe putting together a remote tutoring schedule and tutoring evaluation via Google forms. Please be on the lookout for a separate email with information regarding EOP tutoring.Contact Information
Please email or call the main office with general concerns or questions.
Email: [email protected]
Office phone: (518) 564-2263
Fax will be checked periodically in the event that faxing information is necessary. The office fax number is (518) 564-2295.
Global Education Office & Study Abroad
International students have been encouraged to leave campus if they have another place that is safe and accessible to go and are able to leave at this time. If they have no other place to go, or unable to leave due to travel restrictions or lack of transportation, then may stay on campus. Details are online here.
Global Education Office staff is working remotely but are available to students and other campus offices. Please see this link for email addresses, appointment scheduling, and “Zoom Walk-In” availability.
The International Student Services team is hosting weekly virtual “town hall” meetings every Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. Click here to join the next virtual meeting.
For questions concerning immigration, health insurance and more, please read this link for frequently asked questions and answers. For more information, please contact the office at (518) 564-3287 or [email protected].
All study abroad programs in progress have been suspended by SUNY, and planned ones are canceled or postponed, for the remainder of the spring semester. Direct action was initially limited to the five countries most affected by the outbreak — China, Iran, Italy, Japan and South Korea.
SUNY Plattsburgh has 21 students total affected by the decisions. Our Global Education Office has reached out to them and remains attuned to the latest direction. GEO can be reached at (518) 564-3287 or [email protected].
The Title IX office will offer services during the remainder of the semester. Remote office hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reach us at (518) 564-3281 and [email protected].
If you have an emergency, please call 911 or University Police at (518) 564-2022. Separately, you may report the incident(s) to any law enforcement agency near you. The campus process and criminal process are separate, so you may report to both and receive support through law enforcement and the Title IX office.
Reports will continue to be taken in the three ways required by both state law (129-B) and federal regulations under Title IX:
Use this link to report.
Health & Counseling Center staff at (518) 564-2187 (Option 3)
Planned Parenthood of the North Country New York, Inc. Sexual Assault Services at (877) 212-2323
Mason Dierich, Enough is Enough coordinator, at (518) 891-0046
BHSN STOP Domestic Violence at (518) 563-6904 and [email protected]. Staff will provide counseling and support services remotely.
Title IX Coordinator: [email protected]
University Police: (518) 564-2022
- Emergency 911
We will provide the option for students to connect via Zoom or other video chat options, if they are not on campus and/or do not want to come to the office during the remainder of the semester. Title IX provides support to students, faculty, and staff regardless of where they were at the time they experienced discrimination, harassment, or violence.
Academics and Accomodations
Title IX will work with professors for academic accommodations even though classes are remote.
Emergency housing available. If this need arises after business hours, please go directly to University Police and they will get you set up overnight or over the weekend in a guest room on campus. If it is not at a time of emergency or outside of office hours, please reach out to the Title IX Coordinator at (518) 564-3281 or [email protected].
Concern for Chinese and Asian-Descent Members of Our Community
As the outbreak of COVID-19 develops, it is important to share concerns with the SUNY Plattsburgh community and our region.
We stand with our Chinese students, faculty and staff, and others of Asian descent. We see you, you are valued, and your experiences related to COVID-19. We at SUNY Plattsburgh have no tolerance for racial or ethnic discrimination.
The college’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is committed to working with other members of the college community to keep those in our community safe and informed.
Concern for Well-Being
As we continue to hear updates on COVID-19 and are affected on local, state and global levels, there are heightened levels of uneasiness, uncertainty and general concern for the well-being of ourselves, friends and family.
These levels of uneasiness and uncertainty have caused an increase in broad generalizations, assumptions, and acts of bias as it relates to individuals from China, other Asian countries, and people of Asian descent. We’d like to share an earlier statement from The National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA) made on February 7:
“While the coronavirus represents a legitimate public health concern, it is not a green light to target Asian Americans and Asian immigrants with racism and hate. We are concerned with the growing xenophobic rhetoric that harkens back to the dehumanizing, anti-Asian trope of the “yellow peril,” that was used during the 19th century. We have consistently stood against efforts to cast our community as “perpetual foreigners,” and sadly, we find ourselves having to do so again. We call on news outlets and social media platforms to do more to curb racist and inaccurate content in addition to removing misinformation on the coronavirus alone.”
Valued Members of Our Community
Making broad generalizations that people of Asian descent are dangerous or sick, or making assumptions about a person's nationality based on their physical features perpetuates long-standing histories of xenophobia and racism, whether intentional or not.
Our Asian students, faculty and staff are valued members of the SUNY Plattsburgh community. We want to emphasize and highlight the following:
- If you or someone you know has experienced bias or discrimination please report incidents of bias on the bias reporting form and connect with someone you trust for social support.
- Seek assistance from the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. It is a campus resource.
- Recognize that acts of bias can negatively affect your physical and mental health. Know it is okay to seek medical and mental health care as needed and seek theStudent Health and Counseling Center if you are a student and our EAP resource if you are an employee.
Exercise Empathy, Compassion
If you find that you are maintaining distance from or worried about interacting with people of Asian descent we urge you to strongly consider the following:
- Avoid the inclination to make broad stereotypes about people of Asian descent, and explore the root cause of your fears and disdain.
- Exercise empathy, compassion and a sense of community.
- Educate and maintain perspective
We continue to urge and advise you to take care of yourself and each other. Treat each other with care and compassion and demonstrate the Cardinal Spirit by making our community members all feel safe and that they belong.
Events & Programs
Campus Events, Community Programs, Cardinal Athletics & Commencement
Scheduled campus events have been cancelled or postponed. Restrictions on gatherings and an emphasis on social distancing is a response to this situation. We have made changes accordingly.
Our Spring Open Houses will not be held on campus. Online versions are being developed and will be shared.
Other planned events, including space reserved by external groups, are cancelled or postponed. The college will communicate directly to organizations about their events.
The state has suspended all day program services. Other external programs are affected. The Autism Intervention Programs and Neuropsychology Clinic and Psychoeducational Services, for example, are ended for the semester.
Child Care Center
The center is closed through at least Thursday, Apr. 2.
Winter and spring seasons for Cardinal Athetics are cancelled. This includes playoffs involving the NCAA Division III women's hockey team.
Details are included on the Athletics website at gocardinalsports.com.
A decision on the scheduled Commencement on Saturday, May 16 has not been made. The program has not been cancelled or postponed yet.
Travel Restrictions & Off-Campus Events
College Travel Restrictions
All spring semester state, other domestic and international travel is cancelled and no travel authorizations should be submitted.
This is consistent with the governor's executive order banning non-essential gatherings of individuals and other SUNY directives. More details are online here.
We strongly discourage individuals in the campus community from traveling overseas, as levels and risk designations can change at anytime. Individuals choosing to travel should be aware this is an evolving situation and should monitor for developments.
Restrictions on travel has affected planned admissions events and recruiting trips, both regionally and across the state. Admissions is developing where practical alternative means to connect with prospective students and parents. Learn more here.
In all cases, we continue to monitor health advisories and guidance from SUNY and public health officials.
Alumni and College Foundation
Alumni travel and related events are cancelled or rescheduled until after April 20. If necessary, this time frame will be extended.
The Distinguished Visiting Alumnus (DVA) program featuring the Hon. Glen Suddaby, March 23 and 24, will be rescheduled.
The Alumni in the Classroom Experiences (ACE) scheduled through at least April 20 will be cancelled or rescheduled in coordination with the respective academic departments.
CareerEdge 2020, conducted in partnership with EOP, scheduled for April 17 - 18 will be be converted to a remote only Zoom format.
Emergency Response Fund, Medical Guidance, Tips & Past Updates
Emergency Response Fund
The Plattsburgh College Foundation has created a COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund to support SUNY Plattsburgh students. Resources will mitigate the negative impacts COVID-19 and the delivery of college services to students.
Understanding this is a global pandemic affecting vast numbers of people, we invite you -- if you find yourself in a position to do so -- to make a gift to the COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund.
About the Fund
The fund's priority is to ensure students are able to continue their educational experience with as little disruption as possible during this challenging time. The fund may provide:
- Emergency grants to students who are facing unexpected financial needs directly related to COVID-19.
- The Student Health and Counseling Center to care for students directly affected by COVID-19 and to assist in decreasing its spread.
- Immediate support for the development and implementation of new student advising, coaching and mentoring programs, previously offered on campus through in-person activities, to provide necessary support to students who have been thrust unexpectedly into a distance-learning experience.
- Other critical needs that will emerge as the crisis evolves.
Understanding this is a global pandemic affecting vast numbers of people, we invite you -- if you find yourself in a position to do so -- to make a gift to the COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund.
Information for Students
Students interested in accessing emergency funds, please contact Dr. Michele Carpentier at [email protected].
Medical Guidance for Students, Faculty & Staff
Any student who feels sick with a fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, and has recently traveled from an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19 or had a potential exposure, should self-isolate and immediately call the Student Health and Counseling Center at 518-564-2187.
The center is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. If you need medical attention in the evening or on the weekend, please contact one of the local health care facilities.
Although the campus is moving to distance learning, the health center will remain open.
Faculty and Staff
Faculty and staff who feel sick with a fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, and have recently traveled from an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19 or had a potential exposure, should self-isolate and contact your health care professional for further guidance.
Employees should notify their supervisor if there are elevated concerns, and they should in turn notify those above them in their divisional hierarchy.
Campus Actions & Response Plan
The campus is using best practices, following its emergency plans and adhering to all local, state and federal guidance as it serves students and the campus community. Among the steps:
- Staying in daily communication/briefings with local, state and other health officials
- Following related guidance/direction as practices, requirements evolve
- Producing twice-weekly situation reports for key staff on preparations, conditions
- Top priorities: Do no harm. Be flexible. Serve students and campus community
- Preparing all housing options and related needs for possible special care or isolation
- Assisting with return of study abroad students and their studies
- Having wider meetings of core response groups and leaders and held tabletop exercise
- Cleaning high traffic areas with care to disinfection to help prevent the spread of viruses. More details are here.
- Adhering to our existing emergency plans on similar-type outbreaks
Concerns about areas not being cleaned or that dispensers are empty can be directed to the facilities, maintenance, and operations department at 518-564-5016. After hours, please contact 518-564-5030.
Stress Management, Prevention & Caring for Our Community
Our top priorities remain doing no harm, being flexible and serving all students and the campus community well.
It is also critical to be aware of news reports that demonstrate unjust targeting of the global Asian community is on the rise. This rhetoric is wrong and your kindness and special care toward these members of our campus community is important now.
Practice good prevention tactics, which are useful in any case
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
- Stay home when you are sick
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing
- If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty
Staff ramped up disinfecting beginning in January
High traffic areas of focus
Ensuring soap dispensers are filled, areas of push/pull/latches cleaned
Maintaining/stocking related supplies
Good hygiene promoted through posters, other media
Past Campus Updates & Virtual Town Halls
Past Campus Updates
- Campus Update for Teaching Faculty | March 27, 2020
- Campus Update for Students | March 27, 2020
- Campus Update for On-Campus Students | March 25, 2020
- Campus Update for Faculty & Staff | March 23, 2020
- Campus Update for Students | March 23, 2020
- Campus Update for On-Campus Students | March 22, 2020
- Campus Update for Faculty & Staff | March 20, 2020
- Campus Update for Parents | March 20, 2020
- Campus Update for Students | March 20, 2020
- Campus Update for Teaching Faculty | March 19, 2020
- Campus Update for On-Campus Students | March 18, 2020
- Campus Update for Faculty & Staff | March 17, 2020
- Campus Update for Parents | March 17, 2020
- Campus Update for Students | March 17, 2020
- Campus Update for Faculty & Staff | March 16, 2020
- Campus Update for Parents | March 16, 2020
- Campus Update for Students | March 16, 2020
- Campus Update | March 13, 2020
- Campus Update | March 12, 2020
- Campus Update | March 11, 2020
- Campus Update | March 6, 2020
- Campus Update | March 4, 2020
- Campus Update | March 2, 2020
Virtual Town Halls
- Virtual Town Hall for Faculty & Staff | March 17, 2020
- Virtual Town Hall for Students & Parents | March 17, 2020
Past Updates from Chancellor Johnson
Map of Global Coronavirus Cases
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