The FAQs below are intended to be helpful to all students. Additionally, students are encouraged to visit their college’s advising center website for any specific information pertaining to the college.
· College of Arts and Sciences (CAS)
· Kania School of Management (KSOM)
How will students register for courses? plus or minus
Will CTLE services (including tutoring) be operational? plus or minus
Yes, the CTLE will continue to provide academic support services to students during remote education. Please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com if you have questions.
Tutoring: Individual tutoring will continue as scheduled beginning March 30. Peer tutoring will meet virtually. For more information, visit CTLE’s virtual tutoring website.
Group tutoring: The CTLE intends to resume group tutoring as well using the same schedule in place prior to spring break. For more information, visit CTLE’s virtual tutoring website.
Accommodations: Students with disabilities will continue to receive support through CTLE. Students with testing accommodations should continue to request test taking support through the existing form, giving CTLE and the faculty prior notice. Notetakers will continue to provide notes, unless lectures are replaced with written content.
How will labs, clinicals, community based learning and internships be completed during the period of remote instruction? plus or minus
Will students have access to University software that is needed for their coursework (e.g. graphic design program)? plus or minus
Will Commencement Weekend proceed as normal based on the information available at this time? plus or minus
At the same time, we believe it is important to have a contingency plan in place. For this reason, we have identified the weekend of October 24-25 as a fallback date should we need to change our plans for May.
We have already reserved the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza for a ceremony on either May 31 or October 25 and are grateful to the Arena for their flexibility. We encourage families to plan for both possibilities in terms of hotel arrangements.
How will students return books rented from the Bookstore? plus or minus
Students who rented textbooks from The University of Scranton’s Bookstore received information via email outlining the process for returning textbooks at the conclusion of the semester. Note that the rental due date is May 22, 2020 though the bookstore has extended the non-return charge window by 15 days. There will be no charges to students’ collateral credit cards for non-returns or late returns until 15 days after the due date above. The email included options to return books to the bookstore if they are open nearer to the rental due date as well as options to ship rentals by mail with a free FedEx shipping label in the event stores are closed. Learn more here. Students who have questions may contact the Bookstore Manager, Don Drasba