As our courses transition to online delivery in response to COVID-19, campuses across the MUS are also making sure that students have access to the supports and services that help them be successful. Use and share these resources below.
Montana University System Resources
Montana State University - Bozeman "Learn Anywhere"
University of Montana - Missoula "Keep on Learning"
Montana State University - Billings "Student Information"
Great Falls College "Student Central"
- Federal Student Aid information for parents, students, and borrowers
- Federal Student Aid guidance for interruption of study
- Student Veterans of America FAQs on impacts of transition to online learning on GI benefits
- MUS COVID-19 Mental Health Toolkit
- CDC guide on managing stress and anxiety
- The University of Wisconsin - Madison's Center for Healthy Minds published a useful article "COVID-19 and Our Common Humanity"
- EdReady Montana provides tutoring support in Math and English
- Online learning resources for students
- Several internet and phone providers are giving students means to add or expand their internet connectivity. A summary for some major providers is available here.
- The Association on Higher Education and Disability created this resource: Higher Ed Access in the Time of Coronavirus
- Mapping Access has a useful quick-start guide on how to make your remote course accessible for students.
- Department of Education COVID-19 Guidance and Resources
- CENSUS 2020 Guidance - How College Students Count
The power to protect our campus community from coronavirus and flu lies with each and every one of us. Please practice the following hand-washing and respiratory hygiene habits to protect yourself and those around you:
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing.
Clean your hands by washing them with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains 60%–95% alcohol immediately after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose. Soap and water should be used if hands are visibly dirty.
Stay home if you’re sick.