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The Kearney Center has compiled all the most important information for this week in one place! We want to make finding information easy for you, so we've put all important announcements here in this of the Kearney Center Current Student Newsletter. Watch for the monthly newsletter at the beginning of each month! You can find this edition and others on the Kearney Center website.

Updates: August 17-23, 2020 

 Immigration Updates: Registration Update

  • Classes begin on August 24 and August 28 is the deadline for registration. Any registration after August 28 will require special permission from the instructor and registrars office.
  • Fall 2020 registration is open—this semester, to make registering easier, you do NOT need to receive an access code.
  • For undergraduate students, you must enroll in at least 12 credits. For graduate students, you must enroll in at least 6 credits to maintain your full-time student status.
  • For students currently outside the U.S., you may maintain your F-1 status as long as you are registered full-time. 
  • If you are studying in the United States for the Fall 2020 semester and do not pay your International Student Health Insurance by August 20, your Fall 2020 courses will be dropped by the end of that day.
  • Reduced Course Load (RCL): If you submitted a Reduced Course Load (RCL) form this semester for the reason that it is “Last semester to complete program of study” that means that you do NOT have any courses to take beyond December 11, 2020. If that is not that case and you have courses to complete in Spring 2021, then please contact your immigration advisor immediately! You may have to register for more courses this semester so you’re complying with your F-1 status. If you need to complete an RCL Form, please make sure one gets submitted before the start of the Fall 2020 semester.

 

Immigration Updates: Advising
 

  • Immigration Advisor: Do you know who your immigration advisor is? If you do not, you can search on MavConnect under “My Success Network.” Please make sure you meet with your immigration advisor if you have any immigration-related questions.
  • This LINK will provide you with more information about how to set-up a MavConnect appointment with your immigration advisor.  
  • Fall 2020 Immigration Advising Hours (starting 08/24/2020):
    • Erika: 10am-12pm (Walk-ins via Zoom); 12-1pm (Scheduled Appts via Zoom), Tuesdays 7pm-9pm (Walk-ins/Scheduled Appts via Zoom)
    • Dan: 1pm-3pm (Walk-in hours, M-Th); 3pm-4pm (Schedule Appts, M-Th). Dan will be in-person Mondays and Wednesday, and online (Zoom) M-Th. Fridays will be by appointment only.
    • Hamdi: 10am-12pm (Scheduled Appts via Zoom), 3pm-4pm (Walk-in Appts via Zoom). Note: In person by appt only in specified space. 
    • Mustafa: 10am-11am (Walk-ins via Zoom); 11-1pm (Scheduled Appts via Zoom)
    • Alissa: 2pm-3pm (Scheduled Appts via Zoom).
  • ****Please note: your immigration advisor will update their advisee list if their advising hours change.

Return to Campus: Face Mask

  • The Registrar’s Office has the inventory of masks.  So, if you did not receive one in the mail,  stop there to pick one up. Keep everyone safe!.
  • Please, help us reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission by completing a Daily Self ScreeningThe University asks students, employees, and visitors to follow these  to assist with any response to positive COVID-19 cases.
  • To assist with maintaining a healthy campus community, the University asks students, employees and visitors to follow the Safety Measures.
  • This Employee Return to Work Strategy is designed to identify the expectations for all employees to ensure a safe and successful transition back to campus.

 

FlexSync Classrooms
 

  • The University is boldly transforming our campus and the learning experience through our new FlexSync technology.

FlexSync course delivery allows students to attend the same class in-person or remotely via Zoom. 

This flexibility may be used throughout the semester to meet student needs and preferences as well as adjust to evolving distancing guidelines due to the current health crisis.

Go to Kearney Center's COVID-19 Website

Campus Updates

 
Campus buildings will reopen on August 17th. Please be sure to follow all safety guidance put out by the University in the Return to Learn plan
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