The implications of COVID-19 are far reaching. Institutions are moving quickly to establish new practices and policy exceptions around their actions to move courses and services online or to other remote delivery for the foreseeable future. Below are resources to help you navigate this situation with new items marked as NEW.
Voluntary guidance providing general parameters to follow when implementing practice and policy changes
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AACRAO efforts to urge Congress and federal agencies to address the costly and complex challenges facing institutions and students
Case studies on handling campus-based medical outbreaks.
The following resources provide timely information:
A discussion of the registrars role as institutions manage this crisis.
Get a glimpse into the public safety and emergency response world.
Preparing for COVID-19Considerations for Reopening IHEs in the COVID-19 Era May 2020
FERPA & COVID-19 March 12, 2020
FERPA & Virtual Learning March 2020
Information for Accrediting Agencies Regarding Temporary Flexibilities Provided to Coronavirus Impacted Institutions or Accrediting Agencies March 17, 2020
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and Potential Procedural Adaptations for F and M Nonimmigrant Students March 9, 2020
Getting your workplace ready for COVID-19
Only if we embrace disruption.
Assessment is critical to enrollment management, even during a pandemic.
Without a crystal ball, how can enrollment managers make decisions?
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However, additional relief for students, borrowers, and institutions is still needed. AACRAO, other higher ed groups, urged Congress to include numerous student and institutional aid provisions in the next coronavirus supplemental bill.
Colleges adopted flexible assessment policies last spring amidst pandemic disruptions. This fall, many will return to normal grading practices this fall—with "some modifications."