Re-entry & Resiliency Plan (updated 10/14/21)
This page was last updated 8/31/2021
Question: How are courses being offered?
Answer: Carlow University has returned to on-campus courses, similar to previous fall semesters. It is important to note that three delivery methods are offered. This includes on-campus, which can be a combination of campus and off-site locations for clinical rotations or student teaching. A hybrid approach that utilizes a combination of on-campus classes and online meetings will be available. Finally, an exclusively online approach with no face-to-face deliveries is an option. All classes have live instructors.
Question: How can I find out how classes are being delivered?
Answer: Students can find detailed information about their course modalities by utilizing Web Advisor. Watch this video to understand how to access and read your course schedule.
Question: Do professors still have office hours?
Answer: Yes. Please work with your advisor and/or professor to determine if meetings will be held in-person or virtually.
Question: How are classrooms being managed?
Answer: Classroom scheduling has returned to pre-pandemic levels. Carlow University is ensuring that cleaning and disinfecting supplies are available in each classroom. Additionally, Facilities continues to regularly clean the classrooms to ensure a safe and hygienic environment.
Question: As a parent, I’m not comfortable with my child attending on-campus classes. What are our options?
Answer: Students can make schedule choices based upon the modality of the course being offered, and all modalities can be accessed through WebAdvisor.
Question: How will the University communicate with students and parents about changes in the academic calendar?
Answer: Any changes will be communicated via the Carlow University website, the intranet and email.
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