COVID-19 Read: FAQs about Clarkson’s Vaccine Requirement

University Community, Clarkson University announced its vaccination requirement with limited exceptions on May 11, 2021 and has compiled the responses to frequently asked questions (see below and next link).  We will  provide updates to Frequently Asked Questions and other information at https://www.clarkson.edu/summerfall-2021 based on questions that come in from our community.  As we go into … Continue reading COVID-19 Read: FAQs about Clarkson’s Vaccine Requirement

COVID-19 Read/Act: For Safest Learning & Living Community Vaccination Required for All Employees & Students

University Community, As part of moving forward with plans to fully resume all regular campus operations in the fall semester, Clarkson University will require the COVID-19 vaccine for all students age 16+, faculty, and staff who will be on our campuses. Medical and religious exemptions will be accommodated, but the expectation is that Clarkson will … Continue reading COVID-19 Read/Act: For Safest Learning & Living Community Vaccination Required for All Employees & Students

ACTION REQUIRED for Commencement Ceremony Attendees

The big day is approaching, so get prepared to participate in the commencement ceremony now! Students participating in May 2021 commencement ceremony need to pick up their packets for the ceremony at the Student Center Information Desk on May 11th from 2PM-4PM, or May 12th from 11AM-1PM. The packets include very important documents that students will need … Continue reading ACTION REQUIRED for Commencement Ceremony Attendees

Incomplete Grades and Dropping Classes

Sometimes, life happens. If you are feeling overwhelmed as the end of the semester approaches, please keep in mind the following two options:  Incomplete grades are available to students in certain circumstances. You might be eligible to request an incomplete if you meet the following criteria:  You are currently passing the course Your ability to … Continue reading Incomplete Grades and Dropping Classes

Chief Inclusion Office Message: Guilty Verdict in the Derek Chauvin Trial

Black Lives Matter. You matter. The anguish of the last year can not be overstated.  Through exhaustion and anticipation we’ve received the guilty verdicts in the Derek Chauvin trial for the murder of George Floyd.  While the verdicts are a step towards overall accountability, we know this trial brought many emotions to the surface. The … Continue reading Chief Inclusion Office Message: Guilty Verdict in the Derek Chauvin Trial

Graduate Workshop: Scholarly Publishing

The University Libraries will continue our Spring 2021 Graduate Workshop series with: Scholarly Publishing Tuesday April 20th @ 5pm via Zoom This workshop will offer an introduction to scholarly publishing for graduate students or early-career academics. Come learn more about the typical process of submitting, revising, and publishing a scholarly journal article, some tips on … Continue reading Graduate Workshop: Scholarly Publishing

Message from President Collins: Every Day Responsibility for Making the World a Better Place

President Collins sent this message to the University Community on 4/18 University Community,  This past Thursday, the defense for Derek Chauvin rested in the George Floyd murder trial in Minnesota and closing arguments begin this week. For so many, this has been hard and re-traumatizing.   As we face this moment, please keep the needs of … Continue reading Message from President Collins: Every Day Responsibility for Making the World a Better Place

Graduate Workshop: Presentation Skills

The University Libraries will continue our Spring 2021 Graduate Workshop series with: Presentation Skills Tuesday April 13th @ 5pm via Zoom This workshop will contain general information about giving a presentation in a professional environment.  Do you have a conference presentation coming up? Giving a presentation as part of a job interview? This workshop will … Continue reading Graduate Workshop: Presentation Skills

Virtual Drop-in Hours for Enrollment Help

The Registrar’s office staff are available to assist students who need help navigating the course enrollment process during fall enrollment week. Staff are trained to assist with things like navigating myCU, completing add/drop forms, or understanding enrollment errors.   If you need help choosing courses to take, or understanding your degree requirements, please reach out to your … Continue reading Virtual Drop-in Hours for Enrollment Help

Tuesday, 3/30 at 4pm – Join A Conversation on “What are Your Rights When Approached by Law Enforcement”

On Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at 4pm we are pleased to host a “A Conversation on What are Your Rights When Approached by Law Enforcement.” Please join a conversation with Attorney Rosemary Phillips JD about  your rights when approached by law enforcement.  Ms. Philips has spent most of her 30+ year legal career in St. … Continue reading Tuesday, 3/30 at 4pm – Join A Conversation on “What are Your Rights When Approached by Law Enforcement”