March 10, 2020
Syracuse University continues to monitor and assess guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and New York State and Onondaga County health officials related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) global health emergency. Following extensive consultation with local health officials, medical professionals, faculty experts and community leaders, beginning at the end of the academic day on Friday, March 13, and through at least March 30, Syracuse University will transition from residential to online instruction and/or other alternative (non-residential) modalities.
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Online Course Delivery Support: For the latest online learning resources from the Center for Online Student Success, you can click here.
Success Advising: The Student Success Advisors will continue to conduct academic probation/recovery meetings and provide ongoing support to all undergraduate students for the duration of the University remote instruction period. Click here for more information.
Career Advising: ECS Career Advisors will continue to schedule meetings with students on Handshake and provide guidance to all undergraduate students for the duration of the University remote instruction period. Click here for more information.
Individual and Group Tutoring: These services will continue to be available – for more information: https://class.syr.edu/