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Current Students

Final Exams: May 19-25

COVID-19 Website | Remote Learning Resources

Important Dates

Jan. 27 - Last Day to Waitlist

Jan. 28 - Classes Begin

Feb. 24 - Enrollment Census Date

May 17 - Last Day of Classes

May 19-25 - Finals Schedule

COVID-19 Info & Resources

Please continue to check your email and the University's COVID-19 page for the most up-to-date information.

Warriors Take Care

Remote Learning Resources

Students are encouraged to reference this webpage for key information, tips and resources for remote learning. Also, keep checking your Stan State email account for updates and tips as well.

All students should log on to the Canvas course module for each course section prior to the first day of classes, then review the syllabus and course calendar. You can also view this information in the class notes in your Student Center under My Class Schedule.

Instructional Modes Explained

Look through this checklist to see if you're ready for virtual learning

Contact your professors if you have specific questions about your classes. During these unprecedented “Virtual University” days, we are working alongside faculty to ensure you have the tools and support to finish your semester strong.

There are a variety of University-supported services and resources to help, as listed on this page.

Are you ready for virtual learning?

Visit the A-Z Directory website and click on the appropriate letter to find the contact information for the department. You may also search for a faculty member if you know their name, using the Faculty & Staff Directory Search.

Academic departments are also listed by college:

Tech Checkout

Check out a hotspot and more from OIT.

Wireless Network Access

A valid University e-mail address and password are required to connect to the secure eduroam network.

Student Internet Support

The program offers a significant opportunity for eligible students who have struggled with getting and staying online to resolve those problems.

These instructional learning platforms are referred to as learning management systems (LMS). Check your email for details from your professors. They will let you know what online platform to use for each of your classes. You can contact the academic department with questions about how to check in.

Learn how to navigate Canvas:

Learn how to navigate Zoom:

Get Involved

Reap the benefits of being involved with a student-run organization, like civic engagement, friendships, mentoring, networking, academic and character development, self-governance, and other aspects that support student success.

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