The Academic Experience
Hood College remains fully committed to supporting students and faculty and delivering a quality education to every undergraduate and graduate student.
All courses will resume their pre-pandemic formats. All undergraduate classes will be delivered on campus as per the day, time and room assignment posted in the course schedule. Similarly, all graduate classes will resume either on campus or online delivery as per the course format designation and graduate school guidelines.
Course materials will be available through Blackboard.
Both on campus and online tutoring support wil be available in the Learning Commons. Faculty office hours and advising appointments may be available either on campus or online.
Internships, Field Work, Practicum, Undergraduate/Graduate Research, Service Learning
All high-impact applied learning experiences will resume following the health and safety guidelines outlined in the spring 2022 plan. Off-campus experiences may also resume. While the risk of a vaccinated individual contracting COVID-19 is very low, we will continue requiring any student completing a for-credit internship this fall to submit a signed “Statement of Risk” form available through the Center for Career Development and Experiential Education. Students should also familiarize themselves and comply with all COVID-19 protocols of their host site.
The vaccination exemption provided to students by Hood College (for medical reasons or sincerely held religious or spiritual beliefs) is not transferrable. Host sites may impose vaccination requirements or other protocols that students must follow in order to complete their experience at that site.
Study Abroad may also resume as per the guidelines presented by the study abroad coordinator.
- Strategies for success in online learning
- Links to specific support offices and services at Hood
- Technology training resources and tutorials for Blackboard, Zoom, Microsoft Teams and other software platforms