To: All Students – All CampusesFrom: President Tony Collins Clarkson University will be complying with Governor Cuomo’s new directive for all New Yorkers (*see below). In Potsdam – Only students who have been pre-approved by the Residence Life office are permitted on campus or in the residence halls. Anyone arriving without permission will be sent … Continue reading Clarkson will be complying with NYS Pause Directive from NYS | Stop the spread. Save lives. BE GOLDEN KNIGHTS.
As we move to instruction in an online format, you may have a variety of technical support questions and needs. This resource from the Office of Information Technology outlines some of the more common items. Zoom: We now have enough licenses for all faculty, staff and students to have fully-licensed Zoom accounts! Your professor may choose … Continue reading Technical Support for Online Instruction
Dear Clarkson Students, It is important to provide a high level update to each of you so that we are all on the same page following a week that has been unprecedented for Clarkson and for our nation. In the last few days, COVID-19 has been declared a global pandemic and the President of the … Continue reading Message from President Collins to All Students – COVID-19 Update
This post has been updated, please see the latest here: https://announcements.clarkson.edu/2020/03/19/technical-support-for-online-instruction-2/ As we move to instruction in an online format, you may have a variety of technical support questions and needs. This resource from the Office of Information Technology attempts to outline some of the more common items. Connectivity: To effectively consume online course content, … Continue reading Technical Support for Online Instruction
Dear Graduate Students,Given the recent announcements from New York State, we know many graduate students may have new family needs and other issues that have arisen over the weekend. Therefore, we encourage anyone that needs time to adjust schedules to take Monday off to plan accordingly. Please inform your graduate mentor and/or the instructor for … Continue reading A Message to Graduate Students from Provost Hannigan
There’s a lot going on in the next few weeks, and this email serves to inform you of what’s happening, and what you should be planning for. Enrollment for Spring Quarter classes begins on Friday, February 14th. You should enroll in your courses for the upcoming term through myCU (PeopleSoft) at that time. Watch this video for instructions … Continue reading Enrollment and Advising
Graduate students may now submit add/drop forms online! SAS and OIT are happy to make available the graduate level “Late Add, Class Drop” form via myCU. This form is intended to allow graduate students to submit a request to join a class late or to drop a class (after the self-service add/drop period has ended) without … Continue reading Graduate Add/Drop form available on myCU!
Online Check-in is now open and available through myCU(PeopleSoft). During check-in, students are asked to confirm or correct their personal information to ensure we have accurate information in our system. Check-in is required no later than Thursday, January 9th. (Check-in Regulations) If you do not intend to enroll this term, please contact your SAS Representative … Continue reading Online Check-in is Now Open!
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