The Student Success Center is happy to announce that students can request tutoring for summer courses by going to their MyCU page and clicking the “accommodations & tutoring” box. Tutoring will be provided through a virtual format. Feel free to contact Kate Mikel, Associate Director/Tutor Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Grades will be available this afternoon, and undergraduate students will have five days to review and opt-into the Pass/No Credit grading option for their Spring 2020 courses. Once grades are available, navigate to the Academic Records and Grades tile on your Knight Hub homepage to view them, and make your selections. View this document for … Continue reading Reminder Regarding Final Grades and Pass/No Credit
Due to the coronavirus we are not setting up our usual Take it or Leave it tents this year. Donations will only be accepted from students cleaning out dorms and on-campus apartments. There will be no “take it” location until later in the summer. The program will work as follows: As students return to Potsdam and check … Continue reading Accepting Donations During Student Move Out
Dear All, Our Clarkson University Electrochemical Society (CU-ECS) student chapter is delighted to announce our next seminar speaker Professor Ajit Khosla, who will be presenting on the topic “Sustainable Advanced Manufacturing: Sensors, Energy Storage Devices, and Soft Robotics” and this talk will take place virtually via zoom on May 15th, Friday 9:00 am EST. Prof. Khosla is a professor … Continue reading CU-ECS Seminar Series – Prof. Ajit Khosla – Sustainable Advanced Manufacturing
The Office of Student Life (OSL) thanks all the students who came to our events this spring and had fun with us. We had a blast with you this spring as we continued our new programming model that was established in the fall. For the first time in years, seniors were our biggest attendee cohort! … Continue reading OSL Spring Events Brought the Fun!
The 4th Annual Research and Projects Showcase (RAPS) and the Research & Excellence Award Presentation was hosted together virtually this year on April 24 -26. The University honored faculty and staff members for their excellence in research and scholarship for the Fiscal Year 2019. The honorees will include Million and Multi-Million Dollar Club inductees, Clarkson … Continue reading 2020 Research and Excellence Awards
As a Clarkson undergraduate, you are now eligible for admission into a graduate business program without providing GMAT or GRE scores. The Reh School of Business is waiving its requirement for standardized test scores temporarily for all applicants seeking to start their degree in the summer 2020 quarter, fall 2020 semester/quarter, winter 2021 quarter or … Continue reading Reh School of Business Waives GMAT/GRE Requirement
Join the Office of Student Life on Wednesday, 4/29 at 6p for a special webinar with Clarkson counselor Liz Siematkowski, LMHC. Link to join: bit.ly/clarksonfeels Learn some concrete actions you can take right now in order to feel better. Attendees will not be able to see who else is attending and can ask questions anonymously! All … Continue reading Workshop Tonight: What can I do to feel better right now?
Join the Office of Student Life on Wednesday, 4/29 at 6p for a special webinar with Clarkson counselor Liz Siematkowski, LMHC. Link to join: bit.ly/clarksonfeels Learn some concrete actions you can take right now in order to feel better. Attendees will not be able to see who else is attending and can ask questions anonymously! All … Continue reading Workshop Wednesday: What can I do to feel better right now?