Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates for CLAS Undergraduate Students


In light of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, the University and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences have amended certain policies related to pass/fail graded courses and the deadline to drop courses. Below we outline these changes and provide answers to frequently asked questions.

For questions, concerns, or more information about CLAS undergraduate studies during the COVID-19 outbreak, please contact clasasc@uconn.edu.

 

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Academic Policy Updates

Spring 2020

Due to the COVID-19 situation, certain University academic rules were adjusted for the spring 2020 semester. For more information, please see our policies page or contact clasasc@uconn.edu.

Frequently Asked Questions

I am struggling with issues related to my personal situation during the COVID-19 outbreak. Where can I get help?

Students can set up an appointment to speak with an academic advisor in the CLAS Academic Services Center by emailing  clasasc@uconn.edu or by using the chat function on this page. Students can also consider scheduling an appointment with the Dean of Students Office, where staff members may provide additional information and resources. In particular, students may be eligible for financial assistance from the Students First Fund, which is run by UConn's Division of Student Affairs. Find out more about the Students First Fund and submit an application here.

Where can I view the COVID-19 policy adjustments for spring 2020?

During the spring 2020 semester the University and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences amended certain policies related to pass/fail graded courses and amended certain deadlines, which are listed on our policies page.