Spring 2021 Requirements: Fully Virtual Students
January 29, 2021—If you are receiving this email, you identified interest in studying fully virtually, but as of today you are currently not classified as an online student. If you plan to have a fully virtual schedule, it is important that you communicate with our office immediately so that we can verify you as an online student. Please complete the fully virtual form confirming your decision to be fully virtual: marist.edu/fully-virtual-form.
If you plan to be a fully virtual student this semester, below are a few important reminders:
- The next opportunity to make scheduling changes is during add/drop from February 15-19.
- To withdraw from your residence hall assignment, you must contact Housing immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org to withdraw from on-campus residency.
- You are not permitted to come to campus for any reason including athletics, socialization, employment, academic work including group projects or class in-person, use of any facilities including computer/science labs, library, etc.
- If you need to come to campus at any point during the semester for any reason, you will need to fill out the mandatory health form (marist.edu/coronavirus-guest-survey) prior to your arrival.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing email@example.com or by calling our hotline at (845) 575-4100.Sincerely,
Geoff Brackett, Executive Vice President
Thom Wermuth, Vice President for Academic Affairs
Deb DiCaprio, Vice President for Student Affairs