Have you socially distanced yourself today? 🦠
We know… it’s a tough choice to Facetime your bestie rather than meet physically, exchange germs, and put yourself at risk to potentially catch this generation’s most concerning viral pandemic… Can we EVEN?
Spring break is extended another week, which gives us the perfect opportunity to practice our social distancing techniques. It’s time to catch up on those assignments we may or may not have procrastinated, take those extra naps we may or may not desperately need (Woo-hoo!), or throw a quarantine party (and, by “party,” I mean just you).
With the recent pandemic, the university is doing all that it can to ensure the safety of students, staff, and the community. As a result, on-campus resources are limited, but still available, and will continue to be updated throughout this week on MTSU Student Success Resources.
Your goal is to stay healthy, and ours is to make sure your student experience is as functional and effective as possible.
Here’s a list of resources and services in operation on campus and online. Take advantage of what is available to you, and we will be sure to provide you with any new additions as they occur.
- Library Remote Services
- One Stop
- Student Health Resources
- Campus Pharmacy
- “Grab and Go” – SUB POD
- “Take Out Options” – McCallie Dining Hall
- Student Food Pantry
- Blue Print Solutions
- D2L Tips for Students
- University Writing Center Online Tutoring Begins Sunday, March 22
- Free Online Tutoring through Smarthinking
- Need a laptop, or better internet access? Contact ITD’s Robin Jones at Robin.Jones@mtsu.edu.
Pro COVID-19 Tip: Be sure to keep a close eye on your university email and D2l email!
Teachers are in the process of formatting your classes and could send updates at any given time. And, as if I haven’t talked about enough already, don’t forget your social distancing, kids.
Let’s do to this virus what True Blue Raiders always do – BEAT IT!
To see university updates related to COVID-19, click here.
For any other questions, please visit the CDC’s Coronavirus page.