I am a residential student. Since the College is moving to remotely delivering class instruction and coursework beginning March 23, do I have to leave campus?
Our residence halls will remain open for students for whom returning home will pose a significant hardship; is simply not a viable option; or, going home will put the student in an environment where remote learning cannot occur. Students in these circumstances are encouraged to work with Ryan Coll, our director of residential life, and Mary Beth Williams, our dean of students, to arrange for on-campus housing. If you require accommodations and have not already made arrangements, please use the following link to make a request.
Residential Petition: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1VwCiPbY6-wMulzxZqhfc8Abu5h2xV5Rf3-a7DBW...
Will residential students be refunded their room and board fees for the balance of the semester?
Per college policy, room is non-refundable. However, in this unprecedented set of circumstances, the College administration has committed to adjusting room and board charges, on a prorated basis, on spring accounts. Students were required to commit to a housing decision by 12 p.m. on Monday, 3/23. Those students who indicated that they would not return to campus were considered for a pro-rated refund of spring room and board charges. These impacted students received additional details on refund procedures via Wilson email. Students who indicated an intent to remain on campus were excluded from refund consideration.
I am a residential student and would like to collect my personal property from my assigned room in a residence hall. How do I do that?
Residential students were emailed on 5/16 specific instructions as to how to make an appointment to collect their belongings. Anyone with specific questions are encouraged to email Ryan Coll, our Director of Residence Life.