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A: All official information about the university's response to the coronavirus will
be posted on this website.
A: Currently, the College is physically closed, although our staff members are still
working remotely, as directed by USF President, Steven Currall. All College tours
have been cancelled until at least Thursday, May 7. If have any questions about our
College, please feel free to call us at (813) 974-3087 and leave a voicemail. Messages
will be checked frequently throughout the day, Monday through Friday. You may also
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a prospective student or parent and have questions about our College, please email email@example.com.
For additional information about the university’s response to the coronavirus, please
visit this website.
A: Until further notice all Honors student employees will be working remotely.
A: All USF Classes (including Honors courses) will be held remotely until at least
the end of the Spring 2020 semester. While we know that this is an adjustment for
both our faculty and students, we are proud of our team’s hard work to create meaningful
educational pathways during this challenging time.
A: All Honors tours have been cancelled until at least Thursday, May 7, 2020. If your
tour is scheduled for May 7, 2020 or later, it is still scheduled as of now. Please
note that as more information becomes available, that could change.To replace an in-person tour, we are now offering Virtual Information Sessions with
student Honors Ambassadors. To schedule a session, please click here.For additional information about the university’s response to the coronavirus, please
visit this website.
A: The decision notification date for current honors applications has not been delayed.
Decision communications will be sent on or before April 1, 2020.
A: Per the university’s directive, all study abroad trips planned to leave anytime
before July 31, 2020 are cancelled. This includes all Honors spring and summer study
abroad trips. Students scheduled to participate in these trips will be contacted by
the university’s Education Abroad and Financial Aid offices regarding available reimbursements.
A: All Honors events have been cancelled until further notice.
A: Yes, although advising appointments through at least Monday, April 20, will be
converted to remote sessions. The advising team will hold academic advising appointments
via phone and video chat, using Microsoft Teams. We recommend that students download
the free Microsoft Teams App for the best user experience. Students can continue to
schedule advising appointments using the Archivum Appointment Scheduler, and can select
Phone or Video Chat appointments.
While we will not hold walk-in advising hours during this time, honors advisors will
be available via email.
A: USF World has required that the students participating in the Honors Spring 2020
“Semester in Exeter” program return home. Dr. Davidson worked hard to help all students
get back home as quickly as possible. The University of Exeter has established procedures
to help our students successfully finish the term, and our faculty will work with
these students remotely to finish their IDH courses.