Novel coronavirus information

March 13, 2020 · 1 min read · By ASU Online
The impact of ASU moving to teaching and learning remotely will be minimal, if even noticeable, for online students. However, it’s important that you understand what will happen during unforeseen emergencies that result in campus classes being remote.
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Updates surrounding COVID-19

During this time, your online classes will proceed as normal, which means you will be able to access your courses directly through My ASU and Canvas.

Your success coach can continue to be your main point of contact with the university. However, other university staff may be working remotely to assist you, so you may experience longer wait times in making academic advising or other appointments.

If you have any course-specific questions or face circumstances that impact your ability to progress in your courses, please be sure to connect with your faculty members to make them aware. Faculty members will have the most up-to-date information regarding the course they are teaching.

As a best practice, keep the contact information for your success coach and faculty members within reach — store these in places other than on your computer.

Be sure to check your ASU email regularly to stay up to date with communication from the university and faculty members.

Stay up to date with ASU updates surrounding COVID-19


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