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COVID-19 Information for Students
Academic advisers and Lydia Richards will be available by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) during normal business hours (M-F, 8-5) beginning 3/17/20.
You may also call the main undergrad office phone (515-294-5436) and leave a voicemail. Voicemails will be followed up during normal business hours, with an email or callback as appropriate. The email@example.com email box will also be monitored and answered.
on class format, schedules, academic support, etc.
Starting fall 2020, all students at Iowa State University are required to have a laptop computer that can connect to the Internet and are expected to abide by the ISU Acceptable Use Policy. Check out the Laptop Loaner Program for current students through the University Library. Requests accepted through July 31.
Students who qualify for financial aid should contact the Financial Aid Office to discuss funding options for technology. See ISU’s Office of Financial Aid for more information.
Accommodations for students with disabilities during disruption
Course Continuity for Students (accessing course content, attending virtual lectures, and submitting assignments)
Downloading Adobe applications
If students are required to use or are recommended to use any Adobe applications, Adobe is allowing the use the those applications via the federated (using their NetID via Okta) Adobe Creative Cloud application until May 31, 2020.
Keep Community, Stay Informed, Be Well
This tool is a great resource for all student organizations, including peer mentor groups, residence hall houses, sororities and fraternities, and more! Check with the website for constantly updated information for student wellness. Keep fit. Exercise virtually! Check out the Rec Center's live classes.
Student COVID or COVID-related concerns:
Any student can call ISU student health at 515-294-5801 --24 hours a day-- to speak to a nurse. They are happy to offer advice on self-isolating, symptom management, etc, even if you aren't in Ames. ISU Student health can also do telehealth visits if you want to talk to a provider.
Students at increased risk. A new Dean of Students website is meant specifically for students who have an increased risk for severe illness as defined by the CDC. Students and families with questions and concerns about returning to campus should visit this site as soon as they are able to learn how to receive additional consideration and support. Students need to submit a form — ASAP but Aug. 16 at the latest — so colleges can assess the need for online sections of in-person courses. Advisers will work with students to help with course selection.