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Incoming freshmen and transfer students who enroll in the fall 2020 semester at Fontbonne University will be able to take up to two courses (six credits) for free online this summer. Courses include: Special Topics: Drive-In Literature: Heroes, Villains, & Special Effects U.S. and Missouri Constitutions Human Sexuality Art Appreciation Essential Concepts for Health and...
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The Kinkel Center for Student Success, Undergraduate Academic Advising, and Student Engagement is a one-stop shop in the heart of campus, where you can get the academic support you need. It is located on the third floor of Ryan Hall. The Charles Jeffers Glik Testing Center The testing center provides placement testing for incoming students...
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Online classes were becoming increasingly common even before the COVID-19 crisis. As the pandemic disrupted systems across the world, however, educational institutions found themselves transitioning to a fully virtual space in a matter of weeks — or, in some cases, days. Fontbonne tackled this transition alongside many other universities this spring, and it did so...
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Q: What is the CARES Act/Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund provided by the federal government? A: The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was passed by Congress and signed into law to provide economic relief from COVID-19. The Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund is a section of the CARES Act that provides funding...
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Online courses give you a lot of freedom as a student, and that freedom comes with unique benefits and challenges. The content may be exactly the same as an in-person class, but you’re engaging with it in a new way — and with new tools. If you’re struggling to adapt to the current online learning...
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As the world continues to grapple with the new realities of the coronavirus outbreak, we wanted to know how members of the Fontbonne community were being affected. To find out, we recently connected with a few alumni who were kind enough to share their stories of perseverance, service, and growth. Read what they have to...
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We’re all spending a little more time than usual at home these days. As you’ve probably noticed, many people are taking advantage of this unexpected free time by learning something new. No matter what you’re interested in, there’s a digital resource out there that can help. Not sure where to start? We’ve compiled a list...
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College seniors are facing a difficult job market due to COVID-19. Many companies have announced hiring freezes and are even laying off current employees. Although the employment climate is uncertain, there are many ways students can set themselves up for a successful job search. Davis Moore, Fontbonne University’s Director of Career Development, appeared on Fox...
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Tuesday, March 17, 2020 Dear students, Your health and wellbeing during the coronavirus crisis is my most important task. Please review the following information carefully. Due to our current situation, a few of the day-to-day procedures have changed during this time. The leaders of Fontbonne University and myself are constantly monitoring the situation, spread of...
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