Technical Support for Online Instruction

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

A Message to Graduate Students from Provost Hannigan

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

Online Check-in Now Open!

Online Check-in is now open and available through myCU. During check-in, students are asked to confirm or correct their personal information to ensure we have accurate information in our system. Every student enrolled for the upcoming term is required to complete check-in, no later than Wednesday, January 22. In order to avoid a $50 late registration … Continue reading Online Check-in Now Open!

Last day to withdraw from a class

This is a reminder that the last day to drop a course for the Fall 2019 semester is this Friday, December 13th. Add/drop forms will be accepted at SAS in person until 4:30pm Friday. Please plan accordingly and don’t wait until the last minute to obtain the necessary signatures as some people may not be around … Continue reading Last day to withdraw from a class

Course Enrollment Woes

Change isn’t easy. With the recent upgrade to myCU, student self-service enrollment has seen a major overhaul. While most of the change is good (like simplified navigation and mobile access), there are some surprising pitfalls. Read on for answers to the most commonly asked questions we’ve received from students so far: Q: Why don’t I … Continue reading Course Enrollment Woes

Enrollment and Advising Spring 2020

This email is in reference to Spring 2020 course enrollment. If you are returning this spring, start preparing for enrollment now! The class schedule has now been published. The Spring 2020 enrollment period is November 13-22, with graduate students enrolling on November 13. You may meet with your academic advisor at any time. Steps you can … Continue reading Enrollment and Advising Spring 2020

5 Tips for finding, using FREE images on the web

A Web Tools Wednesday Webinar – Nov 6, 12p-1pm Register Build eye catching presentations – slides, web pages, Moodle, digital signage and more with images readily available on the web. Avoid spending time wading through spam sites and proprietary media.  The TLC team will share insider tips for locating and using media quickly and legally … Continue reading 5 Tips for finding, using FREE images on the web

Enrollment Spring 2020 Semester

Enrollment holds for the Spring 2020 semester have been added to student accounts under their “Tasks and Holds” tile. Please see the below chart for additional details regarding the enrollment process.  The Spring 2020 class schedule will be released on October 28th and be available under the “Enroll in Spring 2020 Courses” tile. Please watch your … Continue reading Enrollment Spring 2020 Semester

Clarkson Hockey Preseason Dinner

Hi,Just a reminder that the Clarkson Hockey Preseason Dinner, sponsored by the Knight Club, will be held Thursday October 3rd at 6:00 PM in the banquet room of Sergi’s Restaurant in Potsdam. If you have already replied back to me, thanks very much and no need to do so again. If you have any questions, … Continue reading Clarkson Hockey Preseason Dinner