Faculty and staff are here to support our students through this unprecedented transition to remote instruction. Please see the resources below.
Non-technology-related issues or concerns regarding your remote courses? Please complete this form and the Division of Academic Affairs will reach out to provide assistance.
Many professors will begin to use Zoom, a live web conferencing tool, to conduct online classes. Zoom allows instructors to hold classes virtually with many people at the same time from any physical location.
Your professors may also use Zoom for things like hosting a remote guest speaker, having class discussions, and enabling student presentations.
Free Internet Options
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, nearly 80 broadband and telephone services providers and commissions have signed on to what it’s calling the “Keep Americans Connected Pledge.” The agreement is aimed at ensuring residents and small businesses don’t lose broadband and phone service during the current pandemic, which has led to many service and employment disruptions.
Check out this article for a list of companies (major providers, as well as local and regional companies) who have committed to fulfilling the pledge. These providers service a variety of regions and may not all be relevant.
Please note that you are responsible for contacting individual providers yourself. The College is permitted to call on behalf of any student, faculty, or staff member.
Mac Resources for CMA, Art, and Theatre Students
Contact the IT Department (PC and General Support)
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Contact Mac IT