- Will students still be able to participate in student clubs and CMCI student government?
- What about capstone courses and other unique learning experiences that involve work with clients and working in teams? Will they still be available?
- What if students need specific courses in order to make progress toward a degree—will those courses be offered this academic year?
- What does the spring 2021 academic calendar look like?
Students will still have the opportunity to build community and get involved. Many of our student clubs and media organizations will be holding virtual club meetings, holding online events, and supporting peers through community building on social media and via the campus Zoom platform.
Many club meetings may occur online. We are committed to continuing this important leadership and community building opportunities for students.
Yes, these learning opportunities will still be available. Whether they will be in-person or remote depends on what the faculty member has determined will work best for the course. Client partners will still be able to participate via Zoom. Students have access to many collaboration tools—such as Slack—to support group work.
We encourage students to contact their academic advisor and discuss their progress.