You may end up with more writing assignments during this time, if that is the case you should check with the Communication Center for writing help.
The University of Minnesota has a great site that covers more tips in detail: https://careerwise.minnstate.edu/education/successonline.html
Studying at home can be harder than being on campus, here are some tips to achieve success:
Modified from Study International: https://www.studyinternational.com/news/7-things-prepare-distance-learning/
Subject Tutoring and writing/speaking consultants will continue virtually via Zoom, Microsoft Teams or Skype. Tutoring will be “by appointment only” while the campus is continuing virtually. The tutor will contact the tutee prior to the scheduled appointment to establish communication. You can request tutoring by booking an appointment using the button below:
The Disability Support office can still provide materials and accommodations to students, but at this time is not proctoring exams or tests. An email was sent March 13th from our office titled "Disability Services and Moving Classes Online" - this covers all relevant information and answers any questions you should have.
Please check the HAC Instagram page for any up to date information, or refer to the Office of Disability Support's main site for any other help.
This will go along with the better communication part of your new off-campus life. If you have a question about your course load, or withdrawing from a class - you have to talk with your advisor! Email them first and they may start a video conference to work our your situation. Communication is vital!
Please check the HAC Instagram page for any up to date information, or refer to the Office of Advising Resources's main site for other help.