Frequently Asked Questions


  • What will happen to my assignments and grades?
    • Professors have transitioned to online instruction and will update you on how to submit assignments.
  • If my internship site reopens will I be permitted to move back? Why can’t I just leave my stuff until then?
    • You are still expected to depart, unless a hardship is identified. Cases will be examined individually as they occur due to hour by hour changes.
  • I have a course that has a lab requirement – how will I do the work?
    • Your instructors will be in contact with you, if they haven’t already done so, to outline alternative plans for completion of the course.
  • I have a course that has a performance requirement – how will I do this?
    • This is something your instructor will discuss with you. In some cases, alternatives will be arranged. In other cases, the instructor will be consulting with the Department Chair as to how this will be addressed. In any event, the student will not be penalized.
  • After I send an email to my professor, how long should I wait before following up on a response?
    • No more than 24 hours.
  • I have an internship that is currently suspended – what does this mean?
    • This is something your instructor will discuss with you. In some cases, alternatives will be arranged. In other cases, the instructor will be consulting with the Department Chair as to how this will be addressed. In any event, the student will not be penalized. If your internship will allow you to work remotely, please do so.
  • Will advising and registration be on the same timeline as it was before? (As in: When will course offerings be released, which academic class levels will register when?)
    • Registration is being delayed a week. Registration appointments are being re-scheduled.
  • If I cannot meet with my advisor in person, how can I be advised?
    • For one example, CACE is capable of meeting students virtually for advisement and is available in the same ways to answer questions and assist with registration – via email, chat, Google Hangouts Meet, and Webex.
  • For advising, after I send an email to my faculty advisor, how long should I wait for a response?
    • Faculty advisors will try and get back to you within 24 hours.
  • Is it appropriate for CACE and the Registrar’s Office to “Clear” students who have not heard back from their faculty advisor, provided students provide evidence that communication was attempted?
    • Please make every effort to contact your advisor. If your advisor does not respond in a reasonable amount of time (24 hours), contact CACE.
  • Can CACE and the Registrar’s Office accept virtual permission in lieu of yellow cards (for pre-req waiver, registration over the class capacity, etc.)?
    • Yes
  • What if I am an international student, how will I participate in online classes with the time difference?
    • Please touch base with your faculty member so you can plan if you will watch recordings or participate in a different way.

To whom does this Pass/Fail policy apply to?

This policy applies to all Wagner students – undergraduate and graduate. However, please note for undergraduate and graduate programs in Physician Assistant Students, Nursing, and Education, students do have restrictions, as New York State has GPA requirements that restrict a student’s ability to select P/F. These restrictions are noted directly below.

Physician Assistant: students must not take any courses Pass/Fail.

Nursing: Nursing (NR) courses cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Also, undergraduate students planning to enter the B.S., Nursing program cannot take the following courses on a Pass/Fail basis: Biology 209, Biology 210, Microbiology 200, Nursing 224, and Psychology 101, Sociology 101, or Anthropology 101.

Education: Education (ED) courses cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Also, Dual majors in Education cannot take MA 119 or higher on a Pass/Fail basis.

Can student-athletes make their courses Pass/Fail?

The NCAA is reviewing the impact of these adverse learning conditions and the different policies that Division I schools are employing. Student-athletes should be guided by NCAA guidelines. These are expected to be updated by March 30th, well before our May 1st deadline. Please check with your academic and athletics advisor as well as the CACE office.

Will Pass/Fail affect my financial aid eligibility?

It is possible that pass/fail courses may impact a student’s financial aid eligibility.  Grades of pass/fail are incorporated into the financial aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy.  Both pass and fail grades will be counted toward rate of completion. In addition, if a student’s cumulative GPA already is below 2.0, the GPA will not change if they exercise pass/fail option for all courses in spring 2020, and the cumulative GPA is less likely to change the fewer courses are given letter (A-F) grades. In this case, a student will not meet the minimum requirement for SAP and their financial aid could be in jeopardy.  Please refer to the SAP policy for additional guidance.


Can international students make their courses Pass/Fail?

There are no expected visa-related impacts on international students who elect to make their courses to P/F.

Can students on Academic Probation make their courses Pass/Fail?

Students on Academic Probation may elect to take their courses P/F, but their GPA will not be significantly improved, so discuss with your advisor or the CACE office prior to making the switch to P/F.

What if I am retaking a course? Can I make that Pass/Fail?

A course used as a replacement for a previously taken courses, including tutorial(s), may be taken P/F – with knowledge that the student loses the benefit of significantly improving their GPA.


How do I make a spring 2020 class Pass/Fail?

You can use this form to make your request to make a spring 2020 course Pass/Fail.

How many of my spring 2020 courses can I make Pass/Fail?

For most students (with the exceptions of PA, Nursing, and Education), there is no limit on the number of spring 2020 courses/units/credits allowed to be taken Pass/Fail.

What is the deadline to make a course Pass/Fail?

The deadline is May 1, 2020.

If I make a course Pass/Fail, can I choose to change it back to a letter grade?

No. The decision to switch to P/F is irreversible. 

If I make a course Pass/Fail, how is my grade determined?

The instructor of your class will assign a letter grade at the end of the semester. Letter grades of A-D will convert to a Pass. F grades will remain a Fail.

How does making a course Pass/Fail affect my GPA?

A grade of “P” will not affect your overall GPA.

A grade of “F” will affect your GPA as an F would under typical circumstances.

How does making a course Pass/Fail affect the Dean’s List?

Students’ ability to receive “Dean’s List” distinction will be impacted by the decision to take more than 2 classes as P/F.  This will make a student ineligible for “Dean’s List” honors in spring 2020.

Will I get the units for courses I make Pass/Fail?

If you get a “P” for the course, and if the course earns units currently, you will earn the same units.

If you earn an “F,” you will not earn the units.

Can a Pass/Fail course meet General Education and Key Skills & Knowledge requirements?

If you get a “P” for the course, you will earn Key Skills and Knowledge Areas, the writing-intensive designation, “D”s, and “I”s.

If you earn an “F,” you will not earn these designations.

How will a Pass/Fail course appear on my transcript?

Courses made Pass/Fail will appear either with a “P” or an “F,” depending on what is earned.

The College’s Academic Policy Committee has approved the addition of a semester-level comment to the official Wagner College academic transcript stating, e.g., “Spring 2020 courses were completed during the coronavirus pandemic.”

If I have additional questions, who should I contact?

We encourage you to speak with your faculty advisor about your choice and about any impact your choices might have for success in future courses or admissions to future programs.

For questions about specific programs and majors, we suggest you contact the Dean, Program Director, or Chair of the program, department, or School.

You may also want to contact academic advisors in CACE (, advisors in Athletics, or the Registrar’s Office (


  • If I have a pending student conduct case, what happens?
    • You will be contacted by a hearing officer to schedule a hearing over the phone before the end of the Spring 2020 semester.
  • I have service hours to complete – how can I complete these by the end of the Spring 2020 semester?
    • You will be given an extension until the Fall 2020 semester. If you are a graduating senior, you will be provided a different educational sanction in lieu of service hours.
  • I have an educational sanction to complete that’s due soon – what can I do?
  • I am on disciplinary probation until the end of the Spring 2020 semester -will my probation be extended into the Fall 2020 semester?
    • Your disciplinary probation will not be extended – your probation end date that was communicated to you in your findings letter will remain.
  • How will Community Leader applications be submitted and interviews occur?


  • How is the CARES Act Emergency Fund grant amounts determined?
    • The CARES Act funding and eligibility requirements are being reviewed by administration and leadership.  There are many criteria involved and when student eligibility is determined, the funds will be sent directly to eligible students.  At this time, we do not anticipate an application will be required, but will notify students if that changes.  Please be aware funds are not processed through financial aid and cannot be applied to student accounts.
  • What do I do if I’m experiencing difficulty paying my balance due to the effect of Covid-19 on my finances?
    • If you are experiencing financial hardship due to Covid-19, please contact the Office of Financial Aid at via your Wagner College email.  Be sure to include the nature of your request and what changes you have experience

Required institutional reporting for U.S. Department of Education CARES Act funding:

  • An acknowledgement that the institution signed and returned to the Department the Certification and Agreement and the assurance that the institution has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.
    • Wagner College has signed and returned the Certification and Agreement to the U.S. Department of Education, and we intend to use no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.
  • The total amount of funds that the institution will receive or has received from the Department pursuant to the institution’s Certification and Agreement [for] Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.
    • Wagner College expects to receive $744,129 for Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.
  • The total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act as of the date of submission (i.e., as of the 30-day Report and every 45 days thereafter).
    Wagner College has not distributed grants to students yet, as we are awaiting receipt of the funds.

    • The estimated total number of students at the institution eligible to participate in programs under Section 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 and thus eligible to receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act.
      Wagner College expects to have approximately 1300 eligible students.
  • The total number of students who have received an Emergency Financial Aid Grant to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act.
    • Wagner College has not distributed grants to students yet, as we are awaiting receipt of the funds.
  • The method(s) used by the institution to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants and how much they would receive under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act.
    • Wagner College is reviewing all students who completed a 2019-20 FAFSA and met eligibility requirements for Title IV assistance as of the time of the declaration of emergency. Please note that according to the Department of Education requirements, international and undocumented students are ineligible. The amount awarded per student will be determined based upon how many students are deemed qualified.
  • Any instructions, directions, or guidance provided by the institution to students concerning the Emergency Financial Aid Grants.
    • At this time, we do not anticipate an application will be required, but will notify students if that changes.



Online Spiritual Resources 

Catholic Masses:

Archdiocese of New York:
Mass is available via the Catholic Faith Network. Visit for times and locations. The Mass from Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is available on The Catholic Channel on Sirius XM 129 at 7:00 and 10:00 a.m. (Eastern Time) and on Sunday at 10:15 a.m. and from Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels (Los Angeles) at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern Time). Visit for more information.

Catholic Mass Livestreams:
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral – YouTube Channel
Saint Agnes Church – YouTube Channel

NET TV – Catholic TV (English & Spanish)–kTJ-U

Local Staten Island Parishes Offering Online Worship Options:

St. Adalbert/St. Roch

Holy Family Parish

St. Clare’s Church

St. Joseph & St. Thomas Neumann Parish

Lutheran Services:

Evangelical Lutheran Church Frederick

Hope Online: Lutheran Church of Hope

Mt. Olive Evangelical Lutheran Church & School

St. John’s Lutheran Church


Jewish Services:

Central Synagoue

My Jewish Learning

Sim Salom


Local Staten Island Temples/Synagogues:

Temple Israel Staten Island: Zoom Erev Shabbat Services & Saturday Morning Torah Study/Shabbat Services

B’nai Jeshrun

Islamic Services:

Jumah Stream – Masjid Muhammad

Atlanta Masjid of Al-Islam

Islamic Center of Nashville

Local Staten Island Islamic Services:

Albanian Islamic Cultural Center

MMSI – Muslim Majlis of Staten Island – Masjid Un Noor

  • Can I still meet with CACE for Academic Advising and Career Services?
    • Yes! CACE advisors – Matt, Dina, Tara – are all accessible virtually, via phone, email, Google Hangouts Meet, or Webex. You can make an appointment as usual (, and let us know the preferred mode of your appointment in the “How Do You Want To Meet?” field.
  • I have a disability, and my classes are now online. Does that change the accommodations I would receive? What would I do if I find there’s an accessibility issue?
    • Because your class is now online, that may require revised accommodations. Please contact Dina Assante (, as Dina will work with you and your instructor to determine the appropriate accommodations for the online course.
  • Can I still access Peer Tutoring and the Writing Center?
    • Yes! Peer Tutors and the Writing Center WITs are available for online appointments.
    • For Peer Tutors, please contact them first via email to set up the appointment and arrange a communication that can work – email, Google Hangouts Meet, Webex. The Peer Tutor roster and email contacts list is available in myWagner via the Peer Tutoring tab at the top.
    • For WITs in the Writing Center, schedule an appointment through our online scheduler: The WIT will send you a WebEx link for your online conference once you schedule your appointment.

Study Abroad 

As of March 19, 2020 and until further notice, the U.S. State Department has issued a Global Health Level 4 Travel Advisory – Do not Travel. Wagner College emphasizes the importance for all students to follow the recommendations of DOS and arrange for an immediate return to the United States or your country of permanent residence. All present Spring 2020 semester study abroad participants have returned to the United States.

To help ensure the ongoing health and safety of the community, Wagner College expects students to follow the revised CDC guidance instructing travelers to stay home for a period of 14 days from departure of a level 3 country. 

The Center for Intercultural Advancement is advising all students not to choose to study abroad in summer sessions 1 and highly recommend considering any present registration in a summer study abroad program.  Students should consider participating in fall programs or spring 2021.

Program Partners Policy Regarding Summer 2020 Study Abroad and Announcement of Summer 2020 Programs  Cancelation.

IES Abroad

All IES summer and fall 2020 programs are not suspended and applications remain open for students. 

Refund policy:

In response to the unprecedented impact of the coronavirus situation, for all upcoming Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 standard study abroad and internship programs only, IES Abroad will issue full refunds of program fees (including the $500 Confirmation Deposit) for any payment submitted directly to IES Abroad for students who decide to withdraw up to the day before the program’s official published arrival date.

API Abroad Summer Programs Cancellation

API Abroad has made the difficult decision to cancel ALL Summer 1 2020 programs.

Refund Policy: 

API will issue students a full refund of all program fees paid to API if they elect to withdraw their API application completely.  Should students wish to consider a fall program or another summer program with a later start date, we would be more than happy to accommodate them, provided they have full approval from their home institution. API will transfer all payments made to date to the new program if students elect to defer to a future term (within 1 calendar year).


CIS Abroad Summer Programs Cancellation 

CIS abroad has made the difficult decision to cancel or push back our study programs in May, and some of our programs for the summer. Please note – programs and sessions not listed below are OPEN.

Session 1 Cancelled (May start dates) for the following summer programs:

  • Summer in Argentina 
  • Summer in Hawaii 
  • Summer in Florence 
  • Summer in Rome 
  • Summer on the Italian Coast – Sant’Anna Institute
  • Summer in Barcelona – Barcelona School for International Studies 

ALL sessions cancelled for the following summer programs:

  • Semester in Thailand (Summer 2020)
  • Summer in Thailand
  • Summer in Ecuador
  • Summer in Tokyo – J.F. Oberlin University
  • Summer in Perugia
  • Summer in Asia at J.F. Oberlin University & Kyung Hee University (NOTE: Summer in Asia at Seisen University & Kyung Hee University is NOT cancelled)
  • Intern in London
  • Intern in Rome
  • Intern in Thailand
  • TEFL in Japan
  • TEFL in Thailand

Start date postponed for the following program:

  • Summer in Costa Rica – May start pushed back to June

Refund Policy

My program has been cancelled and the CIS Abroad refund policy says that I will be reimbursed “recoverable funds”. What funds are recoverable?

Costs are incurred throughout the lifecycle of a study abroad experience – pre-departure, while onsite and upon program completion.  Additionally many of our overseas partners require payments up-front. While we work to create the most flexible terms we possibly can, each partner has their own refund policies.  If the costs for your program upon withdrawal/cancellation have already been realized on resources that cannot be recovered, or if a partner’s refund policy does not allow for the return of the full pre-paid fee, we will be limited in our ability in what we can recover.  Only fees that can be recovered and have not already been consumed can be refunded.

What is the refund policy if students voluntarily choose to withdraw from a program because of concerns about the Coronavirus?

Basically, a student who chooses to withdraw from a program that is not cancelled will follow CIS Abroad’s standard refund policy. We are currently working to extend our Application and Final Payment Deadlines for Summer and Fall programs so students have as much time as possible to decide if they want to fully commit to a program. Students can expect updates from Program Enrollment Coordinators on these deadlines and we’ve updated specific programs on the website in which we are able to extend the deadline. 

Sol Education 

SOL education had to make the difficult decision to cancel all summer programs with a May start date:

 SUM I – Buenos Aires, Argentina (May 24 – Jun 19)

 SUM I – Heredia, Costa Rica (May 9 – May 30) 

 SUM II – Heredia, Costa Rica (May 30 – Jun 20)

 SUM I – Oaxaca, Mexico (May 9 – Jun 6)

 SUM I – Granada, Spain (May 28 – Jul 01)

Currently all other summer programs that have a June, July and August start date have not been cancelled.

Can I still apply to study abroad in Fall 2020?

Currently, fall study abroad programs are moving forward as planned. Please keep in mind that this can change at any time in accordance with how things progress with the coronavirus, including college and government responses. 

Questions regarding program updates and/or  travel reservations should be forwarded to CICA staff members:
Ellen Navarro, Director

Sidiq Soulemana, Assistant Director

International Education Graduation Sashes

Students may still purchase study abroad graduation sashes by clicking on the link and using the code WAGNERCIE2020 for free shipping. All orders will be shipped to the Center for Intercultural Advancement and will be available for pick up during commencement.  Just a reminder that the free shipping code expires 04/30/20 so please place your orders as soon as possible.

Latest guidance from SEVP: “SEVP is committed to remaining flexible in allowing schools to make temporary procedural adaptations so nonimmigrant students can continue to make normal forward progress in their program of study. They can temporarily engage in distance-learning, either from within the U.S. or outside the country, in light of COVID-19. SEVP will provide updated guidance as the scope and length of this situation becomes more clear.”

Your F-1 or J-1  student visa immigration document can remain active if you continue full-time  enrollment. This applies if you remain in the U.S. or choose to leave the country and remain outside of the U.S. for the remainder of the semester to complete your coursework requirements.

  • How do I get reimbursed unused fees for housing/meals?
    • The College is working on these concerns currently and we will get back to you.
  • Can I take my rented books home with me to complete the semester work?
    • Yes you should take your rented books home and we will work with you on getting them back.
  • Will my visa remain valid for online courses?
    • The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) is allowing schools to make temporary procedural adaptation so that  nonimmigrant students can continue to make normal progress in their program of study online.
  • Will I be able to re-enter?
    • Yes, you should be able to reenter the country so long as your travel signature is up to date.
  • Possibility of quarantine
    • Please reference the CDC Travel information as we anticipate that you may go through additional screening (health screening) upon entry and possible delays.
  • Flight accessibility
    • Plan your travel arrangement as soon as possible and continue to check your flight details up until departure for potential changes to your itinerary.
  • How will I get my medication?
    • Contact your primary provider to order for you, or  in an emergency we can order to your local pharmacy at home. You can also contact your  pharmacy on Staten Island and transfer any refill prescriptions to your home pharmacy.
  • Will I be able to get copies of my records?
    • Yes, after a record release is completed from our webpage forms is received.  Please allow 3 days.
  • Are counseling services available on campus?
    • Yes – you may call the Health & Wellness Center at 718 390 3158 or email to schedule an appointment.
  • If I left my Allergy Serum, how can I get it back?
    • Call the Center for Health & Wellness at 718 390 3158 and request it be sent back to your doctor. Please provide doctors contact information.
  • Am I still covered by the Wagner Insurance?
    • Yes, you are covered until July 31, 2020.
  • Will the ACT Legally Blonde, Jr.  shows currently scheduled for May 29, 30 and 31 take place?
    • The Governor of New York has banned any activities larger than 50. At this time the show cannot occur due to an executive decision from the Governor’s Office. We will make a decision once we have more direction from Albany, possibly by May 1.
  • What if my family can’t make the new date, can we get a refund?
    • We are working on these logistics but do not know at this point as we are waiting for direction from the Governor’s office and will make appropriate decisions when able to.
  • Can the show license dates be changed ?
    • We are working with the company to accommodate new dates should we need to reschedule. We will communicate possible new dates once we have further information.
  • Is there any chance Lifelong Learning spring classes can resume and extend through May or June?
    • We will not know this until after May 1. We are currently working with faculty to transition as many classes as possible to an online format. As we do, we will notify students/parents if their class is switching to an online format.
  • What are the College’s plans for the summer pre-college program for those already registered and those inquiring to register for the July 12 to July 31 programs?
    • The Governor of New York has banned any activities larger than 50. We are unsure if we will be able to hold in person classes due to an executive decision from the Governor’s Office. We will make a decision once we have more direction from Albany, hopefully on or before May 1.
  • If my Staten Island school is scheduled to hold its June graduation at Wagner College, will the graduation still go on as planned?
    • The Governor of New York has banned any activities larger than 50. The graduations cannot occur due to an executive decision from the Governor’s Office at this time. We will make a decision once we have more direction from Albany.
  • Is Wagner College still open to summer guests staying on campus  this summer?
    • We will determine this on or before May 1 when we have more information from the State and local governments.
  • How can I arrange to take the MOS Excel Certification Exam for my CS260 class that is required to complete the course?
    • We are working with our test provider to determine if students can receive vouchers to take the exam remotely in their hometowns. We will update students once we receive this information.
  • Is the Wagner College swimming pool open for my school or group to continue its swim program?
    • The Governor of New York has banned any activities larger than 50. At this time the pool is not open due to an executive decision from the Governor’s Office. We will make a decision once we have more direction from Albany, possibly by May 1.
  • Will Public Safety be on campus?
    • Yes.  Officers will be working 24/7 to ensure the safety of the Wagner Community
  • Will there be van service?
    • Van service has been suspended until further notice.
  • Are there desk attendants overnight?
    • Until residence halls are cleared or consolidated, there will be overnight desk attendant staff.

How do I go about moving out of my Spring 2020 housing assignment? 

Residential Education has identified 5 options to help students consider their item removal.  The options are:
  • Option 1: Students who have already checked out and want to confirm their departure.
  • Option 2: Students who would like to return to campus for a 4 hour period between May 18-June 18 may request a specific time.
  • Option 3: Students can select to have their items packed, stored and redelivered to their Fall 2020 housing assignment through an exclusive partnership with Collegiate Storage and Rental. An initial rate has been negotiated for students.
  • Option 4: Students can select to have their items packed and shipped directly to them. Students will be responsible for the shipping fees which vary based on weight, freight, taxes, and shipping destination.
  • Option 5: Students can send a proxy to move out on their behalf.

If I am coming to campus, can I bring anyone to help me move out? 
Yes! You can bring up to 2 individuals to assist you. All parties coming to campus are required to bring their own Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), including gloves and face masks/covering.  If you do not have these items, you will not be permitted on campus.  All parties who report to campus must meet the following criterion: (1) wear their own PPE, including gloves and face mask, at all times while on campus and (2) be symptom-free (e.g. free of fever, loss of taste or smell, shortness of breath, gastrointestinal, cold, and other flu like symptoms) for at least 14 days prior to arrival on campus.  Please be conscious of this as you prepare to come to campus.

How is Wagner incorporating social distancing guidelines? 
Our facilities team is actively cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting our facilities. In addition, we are limiting the amount of individuals who can move out during each 4 hour window.  We are not approving individuals to move out who would be in close proximity or permitting roommates to move out at the same time.

I would like to remove my items before May 18. How do I do that? 
If you have an extenuating circumstance, please contact to submit your request.

Can I move out after June 18? 
Unfortunately, we will need all items removed by June 18, 2020.

Can I come to campus and pack my belongings, and then have it stored or shipped with Collegiate Storage and Rental? 
This may be an option, but your return to campus should be done before May 20, 2020. We will be working with CSR to have items removed starting on the 20th. If you would like to explore this option, please contact and we will set up a phone call or video chat to discuss specifics.

I have items in my room that have to be returned to campus. What should I do? 
Please make sure you contact the person(s) who you have to get items back to.  Residential Education will assist as much as possible.
Bookstore– if you have items in your room that need to be returned to the bookstore, you can ship it after you pick up the item. Please make sure you contact the Bookstore for specific inquiries.
  • What does this mean for our big spring events like Songfest, Big Name Act, Wagnerstock, and Senior Week?
    • In accordance with the CDC’s recommendations against holding events with more than 50 attendees, these events are sadly cancelled for Spring 2020.
  • How will we hold elections for Student Government?
    • Nominations and elections will be held online during the next few weeks. It will be more important than ever to make your voice heard by voting and/or running for a position, so be on the lookout for announcements.
  • How will Community Leader interviews and selection occur?
    • CL interviews will be scheduled to take place via video chat in the next few weeks. Please submit your CL applications as soon as possible and you will receive information about how to schedule an online interview with Orientation Staff.
  • How should our student organizations hold elections?
    • Our recommendation is for student groups to conduct elections via anonymous google forms. If at all possible the form should be created/monitored by a group member who is not running for a position. If you need assistance setting up a google form election, please contact Maggie or Sebastian.
  • How can/should fraternities and sororities continue their new member programs?
    • Fraternities and Sororities should first consult with their inter/national headquarters (if applicable) to seek guidance on how to proceed. SEA’s recommendation is to continue any education/activities in an online format if possible (via zoom, google hangouts, etc), and plan for any in-person components to occur this fall.