All classes previously face-to-face have been changed to hybrid, which means they will have face-to-face and online components (Blackboard). Check your email and syllabi regularly. Your professors may send out schedules of when you will attend class in-person. Remember -- you may have Zoom or online assignments. If you're unsure about anything, reach out to your instructors.
Classroom seating will be marked to ensure six feet of space between students. Students are required to continue wearing masks even with appropriate social distancing while in class.
Plexiglass guards will be installed in front of lecterns in the classrooms that don’t allow 6ft distance from chairs/desks.
Hand sanitizer stations will be placed throughout campus buildings, and sanitizing wipes will be readily available in each classroom.
The goal is to create a contact-free environment utilizing a paperless system.
Courses requiring lab work or hands-on instruction will continue with the use of appropriate PPE and social distancing to the extent possible.
For students who are unable to attend class in-person due to illness or other considerations, online instruction will be offered simultaneously. Students are strongly encouraged to contact their professors if they have to miss class. They may also contact LC Smith (email@example.com
) for assistance in notifying instructors about absences. Students requiring academic support should contact the Center for Academic and Career Development at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 304-384-6074 for assistance.