|College / University||COVID-19 Updates / FAQ||Alert System Sign Up||Grading Policies and |
|Source||Academic Support||Links||Distance Learning Platforms||Distance Learning Transition Resources||Financial Aid||Refunds||Work Study||Mental Health||Facilities and On-Campus Dorms||Other Resources|
|Texas A&M University - College Station|
|New Grading Option (S/U)|
Students have until 5pm on until noon on Tuesday, May 12 to opt for Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading.
Drop Deadlines - Extended
Q-drop and Withdrawal deadline has been extended to 5 p.m. on Friday, April 24th. Q-drops after Spring Break will not count toward the institutional limit of 4 nor the state limit on drops. Students should still consult with financial aid and academic advisors prior to dropping.
|Academic Success Center, Math Learning Center, and University Writing Center moved online. Students can zoom in for SI sessions and tutoring. Academic Coaching can be signed up via Navigate "ASC-Online Coaching." Most support offices have updated their sites with new sign-up procedures.|
|Students asked to plug-in Zoom, Google Classroom, and eCampus|
|Emergency Aid Funds: https://financialaid.tamu.edu/Emergency-Aid|
Grading Policy Impact on Fin Aid: Satisfactory grade will have neither a positive nor negative impact on your GPR. For this semester only, if you receive an Unsatisfactory grade for a course, you will not earn credit hours, and it will have neither a positive nor negative impact on your GPR. An Unsatisfactory course may affect your 30/60/90 Hour Rule progress. http://financialaid.tamu.edu/Online-Courses-and-Financial-Aid
|Housing Refunds - must cancel contracts. After March 24th, will get a pro rated refund based on nights still in occupation.||Students must discuss with supervisers; can still work on campus.||CAPS is only available by phone||Still open|
|University of Houston - Main|
|New Grading Option (S/NCR)|
Students have the option to choose either a Letter Grade or a Satisfactory/No Credit Reported COVID-19 (S/NCR) grading scheme on a course-by-course basis. Deadline: May 18 and will be able to view their grades first (posted byMay 11). Satisfactory (S) and No Credit Reported COVID-19 (NCR) grades are not factored into term or cumulative GPA
|UEP is remote. LAUNCH is doing virtual tutoring and academic counseling. Beginning March 23rd, LAUNCH tutors will begin providing online/remote tutoring services. Please send an email with your name, ID, course, and professor name to LAUNCH@central.uh.edu.|
|Students asked to prepare to use Office 365, Zoom and UH blackboard|
Students must apply through financial aid office. Grants of up to $1,500 available.
|Refunds given for parking and housing. Parking refunds will be automatic credits. https://uh.edu/covid-19/faq/index.php#refunds||Students must fill out form with superviser to do WS job remotely, if applicable: https://uh.edu/human-resources/forms/work-study-work-from-home-authorization-form.pdf||CAPS is doing teletherapy (after a call, some students will be able to do in-person if necessary).||Still open||LAUNCH Handout for adjusting study habits: https://www.uh.edu/ussc/launch/services/handouts/treat-it-like-a-job.pdf|
|University of St. Thomas||stthom.edu/-ENS/UST-Alerts/Coronavirus.aqf|
|New Grading Option (P/NP)|
This Interim Pass/No Pass Policy changes the minimum grade for a “Pass” from “C-“ to “D.” . Student’s Pass/No Pass form must be received by the Registrar’s Office by 5:00 p.m. (CST) May 26, 2020.
|Continue logging into Blackboard. Technology for online learning will be available to those students who may not have access.||Grading Policy Impact on Fin Aid|
Merit scholarship and other sources of financial aid renewal will continue based on a student’s calculated GPA and
completion of credit hours; therefore, changing to Pass/No Pass will not impact renewal. Students still need to meet the
Satisfactory Academic Progress requirement
|University of Texas at Austin|
|Drop Deadlines - Extended|
Students have until the last class day, Friday, May 8, to Q-drop a course or to withdraw with a W from the university (not counted as part of 6 limited Q drops).
Grading Basis - Deadline Extended but no widespread update
Courses with P/Fail or Credit/No Credit also have until May 8 to change. Faculty Council will review to see if this grading basis will be extended to ALL SP2020 courses.
|Sanger Learning Center (Academic Support) will be remote. Students can do Learning specialist appointments via phone or Zoom.|
|Students will be using Zoom, Canva, and others. For those with tech/wifi issues, students can reach out to Student Emergency Services.|
|Grading Policy Impact on Fin Aid|
Your financial aid will not be impacted if you choose Pass/Fail (P/F) or Credit/Non-credit (CR/NC).
Students asked to contact Student Emergency Services directly for immediate help and support. Student Emergency Services is providing technology resources for students with financial need and supporting students in need with food and housing.
|Refunds for room and board, meal plans, and and parking. Will post to student accounts. Will take 30 days and refunds will first apply to any unpaid bills on account. More info here: https://coronavirus.utexas.edu/refunds-reimbursements||Students should be able to do WS remotely and toninue getting paid if unable to, based on last schedule. Info: https://finaid.utexas.edu/work-study-faq/||CMHC services available via phone.||Still open|
|The following campus resources are available online: libraries|
Department of Housing and Residence Life
Student Leadership and Activities
Prospective Student Relations Department
and Title IX
|https://www.blinn.edu/alert/pdf/academic-and-student-services.pdf||March 23rd. All lecture courses have been converted to the online format. Students are not required to return to campus to participate in these online classes. Students will attend classes via eCampus||Financial aid that was eligible to be disbursed for this year by March 17th was disbursed this week. Any refunds are being processed now and will be available by the end of the week. Financial aid for the 2nd 8-week session that starts Friday, March 27th will disburse on Friday, March 27th. Students who were expecting a financial aid disbursement and do not see a disbursement should email email@example.com.||All mental health counseling appointments will be conducted through an online platform. Please email your respective campus (Brenham/Schulenburg/Sealy Campus – firstname.lastname@example.org; Bryan Campus – email@example.com; RELLIS Campus – RELLIS.firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule an appointment.||***UPDATE*** Refunds will cover pro-rated costs of services for the dates between March 15, 2020, and May 14, 2020. Students may choose to apply any pro-rated amounts as a credit to their Fall 2020 student fees or receive a direct refund. The amount of any pro-rated refund or credit will first be used to reduce any existing balance in the students’ fee account, with any remaining amount refunded.
Students residing in on-campus housing must make an appointment with their hall director, remove their belongings, and return their room and mailbox keys by April 20, 2020, to be eligible for the housing refund. Students who are unable to retrieve their items due to travel restrictions must contact their hall director no later than April 20, 2020.
|Houston Community College||https://www.hccs.edu/resources-for/current-students/communicable-diseases/||https://www.hccs.edu/alerts/update-your-emergency-contact-information-for-students/||Monday, April 6
Last day to withdraw from regular 16-week session.
Summer Registration starts.
|All HCC locations are currently closed and all classes will resume online on March 30. To ensure that students have access to the services and support they need, all Student Services will shift to remote operations and will be accessible no later than Thursday, March 26.||https://www.hccs.edu/resources-for/current-students/communicable-diseases/remote-student-services-access/||Monday, March 30
All classes resume in online delivery format. (Includes all 8 week classes and dual credit classes.)
|Prairie View University||http://www.pvamu.edu/coronavirus/||New Grading Policy (P/NP)|
Students have the option of designating as many of their spring courses as P/NP (pass/no pass) as they choose. Pass and Fail grades will not be calculated as part of your GPA. Students have until noon on Tuesday, April 28th to make changes to their grading options.
The last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university has been extended to April 28, 2020. The updated Academic Calendar for the Spring 2020 Full Term Spring 2020
|Each student has access to 500 minutes of online tutoring, with the option for more minutes.||Zoom, Webex, virtual desktops and other online platforms.||http://www.pvamu.edu/telecommuting/||FA Impact on Grading Policy Change|
Students should continue trying to meet SAP. Generally, it is not a good idea to select the P/NP option for any course in which the letter grade would raise your cumulative GPA. Students on Academic Probation or Academic Warning who choose the P/NP option for their classes may remain on academic probation or academic warning.
|Housing refunds will be offered as a credit. Returning students will receive the credit for Fall 2020-Spring 2021 semesters.|
Graduting seniors or non-returning students will be given a pro rated refund.
|All student workers will need to be given projects that can be completed remotely.||Housing & Dining Refund: http://www.pvamu.edu/coronavirus/wp-content/uploads/sites/191/2020/03/PVAMU-Housing-and-Dining-Refund-Credit.pdf||Virtual IT Support Times: 9:30 am to 11:30 am – Zoom chat & 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm – Zoom chat -http://www.pvamu.edu/telecommuting/|
|Texas Southern University||http://www.tsu.edu/about/administration/marketing-and-communications/coronavirus/update-center.html||http://www.tsu.edu/about/administration/marketing-and-communications/coronavirus/faqs.html||http://www.tsu.edu/about/administration/marketing-and-communications/coronavirus/faqs.html||https://texsu.blackboard.com/webapps/login/||http://www.tsu.edu/about/administration/marketing-and-communications/coronavirus/faqs.html|
|University of Houston-Downtown||https://www.uhd.edu/administration/emergency-management/coronavirus/Pages/Coronavirus-FAQ.aspx||New Grading Policy (S/U)|
Students will have the option of electing for Satisfactory (passing with credits applied to transcript) or Unsatisfactory (failing with no credits earned). Students will review their final grades through Blackboard b/w May 13 -18. Students can then opt for the S/U grading method in place of the letter grade. Students have until 5 p.m., May 18, 2020 to request a change to the S/U option.
|All support services (Writing / Reading Center, etc.) have moved completely online. Supplemental Instruction is virtual.||https://www.uhd.edu/administration/emergency-management/coronavirus/Pages/default.aspx||https://www.uhd.edu/administration/emergency-management/coronavirus/Pages/default.aspx||UHD will provide partial refunds for the period that the campus was not conducting on-campus classes. More info: https://www.uhd.edu/about/parking/Pages/student-parking-refunds.aspx||UHD is preparing to offer compensated telecommuting options to student employees (work study, non-work study). Detailed information will be communicated to student employees by their supervisors.||If you are experiencing anxiety or stress because of COVID-19, please consider contacting Counseling Services by phone or video at 713-500-3852. Student Health Services will answer health-related questions by phone – 713-221-8137||Coronavirus Questions: email@example.com|
|Texas State University||https://www.txstate.edu/coronavirus||Drop Deadlines|
The last day to drop a Second 8-Week course with an Automatic W grade is April 17, 2020.
The census date for a Second 8-week course is March 31, 2020. https://www.txstate.edu/coronavirus
|https://www.txstate.edu/coronavirus||https://www.txstate.edu/coronavirus||https://www.txstate.edu/coronavirus||Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) and Sanvello are interactive online resources that provide coping strategies and support that help with many common mental health concerns. During the COVID-19 crisis, Sanvello is also offering free premium access.||Revised March 26: The university is developing a plan for a prorated credit to your Spring 2020 student account for your housing. Actual credits will vary based on the residence hall and room type. https://www.txstate.edu/coronavirus||Any student who cannot afford to eat at the open dining services locations on-campus is encouraged to contact Bobcat Bounty, the university’s food pantry. Bobcat Bounty will offer pre-packaged bags of groceries on April 2 and April 9|