The Fall 2020 / Spring 2021 academic calendar is modified as follows:
The format of courses during the fall semester will vary with a mix of in-class, remote, and blended instruction. Some courses will have limited on-campus components. Students should use their Canvas calendars and other organization devices to stay abreast of physical and virtual meetings.
Regardless of the modality of teaching in place at the beginning of the semester, circumstances in the community and orders from St. Louis County may mandate a switch to distance learning at any time. Faculty are developing plans should this occur.
Tutoring and other academic support services will be available both in-person and remotely. Details will be available on the Kinkel Center for Student Success, Academic Advising and Engagement website.
According to the CDC, certain persons may have a higher risk for COVID-19 infection and may need temporary accommodations. An up-to-date list of risk factors is available here.
Students who have a high risk of contracting COVID-19 are encouraged to register with Fontbonne’s Office of Academic Support and Accommodations by contacting Regina Wade Johnson, Academic Support and Accommodations Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-719-3627. Students can also access and submit an online request for academic accommodations here.
High-risk students should work with advisors to plan remote participation if possible. A list of remote courses can be found on GriffinNet. High-risk students who must take an on-site class should contact Regina Wade Johnson, Fontbonne’s Academic Support and Accommodations Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Fontbonne’s Kinkel Center for Student Success, Academic Advising and Engagement will offer in-person services in Room 318 of Ryan Hall Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. or virtually through WConline. First-time WConline users must create a profile to schedule a 30-minute appointment online.