SAN ANGELO, Texas — With the remaining spring semester completed online for Angelo State students, the university already has plans for the upcoming summer sessions and fall semester.
“Summer two and fall classes, we’re still planning to offer both online and face to face courses,” Said Angelo State University vice president for student affairs Javier Flores. “A decision about only offering face to face or only offering online courses for summer two will be made in the first part of June.”
For incoming freshmen or transfer students, the university has new updates on the new student orientation guidelines.
“So already, we have moved those into a virtual format,” Flores said. “We will bring students in August so that they can begin classes in the fall semester.”
The university has also provided ways to check on returning students during these tough times.
“We administered a wellness survey for our students and we were asking students to let us know how they’re doing in the transition from face to face to online courses,” Flores said. “We also ask them if they need financial assistance.”
Staff members will continue to find ways to help students without face to face interaction.
“So we’re communicating with students who had been admitted to Angelo State with their parents,” Flores said. “We’re also communicating with currently enrolled students and their parents as well either via email through survey or through virtual settings where they can come together.”
For more information regarding student admissions guidelines, visit the Angelo State webpage. https://www.angelo.edu/emergency-notifications/coronavirus-updates.php
More Stories for you
• Servpro of San Angelo sanitizing vehicles of those on the frontlines of battling COVID-19 for FREE
SAN ANGELO, Texas — Next week, a San Angelo company is thanking those who are on the frontlines of battling the…
• Our Water: Hydration awareness and 10 ways to be ‘water wise’
SAN ANGELO, TX – During the Corona outbreak, with many staying home for prolonged periods and without a lot of…
• SAISD’s COVID-19 response by the numbers: meals distributed, electronics issued, and more
“Meal service began on March 16 and will continue to run throughout our school closure,” Molly Johnson, Director of Com…
• Daily COVID-19 update for San Angelo and Tom Green County from the Health Department
SAN ANGELO, Texas – The Health Department is continuing to provide updated information regarding COVID-19 tests in San…
• CVHP News: April 15, 2020. Recap of top stories around the Concho Valley
Join Senora Scott every weekday morning at 9 a.m. for CVHP News. Watch live a…