Keep on Learning

We are sure you might have a lot of questions about your classes due to the current status of COVID-19 around the country. UM has a great resource for you to stay informed of this situation. Please visit UM's Coronavirus Information website

If you are in need of accommodations, please visit Disability Services for Students COVID-19 FAQs.

Summer courses to be taught remotely, but campus will remain open.

April 23 - As the situation evolves, and conditions improve, we hope to offer excellent on-campus experiential courses later in the summer. UM is planning to ensure a warm welcome back to campus, as soon as conditions are safe. Until we can return to face-to-face learning, we want you to continue making progress through remote and online delivery options. MUS campuses will remain open and operational for students. Employees will continue to report to work unless instructed otherwise or work-from-home accommodations are developed in individual cases.

We understand that this may be stressful for you as a student and may affect your personal life outside of your status as one of our students. In addition to keeping you safe, we genuinely want you to know that supporting your academic success is one of our utmost priorities. To assist you in preparation we have put together a few tips and resources to utilize in the next few weeks. 

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Click this link to visit our Happy Habits for Hardtimes Series by UM Professors John and Rita Sommers-Flanagan.

The Happy Habits for Hard Times Series: An Idea Bank for Coping with COVID-19 by UM Professors John and Rita Sommers-Flanagan is a series of eight modules.

These modules incorporate blog posts and academic material with fun short videos and visual graphics to teach happiness and coping strategies.

This resource is FREE and open to the public and was produced by Professors John and Rita Sommers-Flanagan in partnership with the College of Education and UMOnline.