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I Hope you all are doing well and have found a new sense of normalcy around the challenges we are currently facing. I’m hoping that you have been able to adjust your day and focus on the things that are important to you and your family.
My goal is to provide you with some structure for enrichment with the classes you are currently taking in Business. My website will act as a resource page that will host links and directions on where you can locate materials for your specific class. Please click on the class link (left side of the page) to find information and activities related to your class.
Updated 3/27/20: Christina M. Parish, Ph.D. Director, Project Advance
Many of you and your students are asking if they can still receive SU credit for their courses this spring semester and how to deal with any tuition payments due.
For students who have yet to submit a payment, they may hold off from doing so for now until the PA office sends out further communications to them and their parents/guardians about any adjustments to our calendar deadlines including our payment and drop deadlines. There will be no late fees, and we do not report past due payments to any credit bureau.
We are also looking into how we can best support all members of our school communities who have been significantly impacted financially by the coronavirus pandemic. There is not a single person anywhere whose life has not been touched by this public health crisis and many who are struggling with basic necessities. I would ask that you please be patient with us, as our program cannot make these decisions unilaterally but are required to consult with our academic leadership, central budget office, disbursements office, etc. We will have more information for school partners, students and parents as soon as is possible.
For students who have already submitted a partial or full payment, we wish to assure those students and their families that if a spring-semester course section is canceled for any reason due to the pandemic or if a student wishes to drop their spring-semester course, that SU will refund their tuition in full. We will have more details to come for schools and students/parents regarding the drop process and the adjusted drop deadline of May 1st for spring-semester courses.
We also want to assure our school partners and students, as noted above, that the University has no plans to cancel course sections at partner schools for SU credit at this time and that we remain committed to supporting our school partners to the best of our ability.
Project Advance students – like campus undergraduate students at SU – now have the option to receive a standard letter grade or to request to receive a Pass/Fail grade for their SU spring-semester course(s). We will be sharing more information soon regarding the advising and other processes required before a student may opt for P/F and associated deadlines. There are many pros and cons to this option for students to carefully consider.
Any questions regarding class instruction, SUPA credit, or school credit should be directed to my email (above). Or maybe just drop a quick note to say hi and let me know how you are all doing.