Southeastern professor shared how art classes have been impacted by Covid-19.

When a nationwide stay-at-home order was placed this past March, universities across the country went virtual with their learning. For some, the changes were seamless, but for professors who required work that could not be submitted via e-mail, the transition was not smooth. A public survey conducted by Americans for the Arts established 88% of
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Your Online Advising Guide

Your Online Advising How-to Guide Yesterday, Southeastern officially announced that face-to-face classes will transition to online/remote delivery formats starting on Wednesday, March 18. Students who reside on campus are encouraged to return home, and several upcoming events have been cancelled. Read more about the updates here: http://www.southeastern.edu/about/safe_campus/covid-19/  What does this mean for Summer and Fall
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Fall break canceled due to Hurricane Isaac

Hammond, LA—Fall break has been canceled this year due to canceled classes during Hurricane Isaac. The vacation time will be used to make up any classes that were canceled in preparation of the storm. Rumors have been circulating about how University officials have decided to handle the missed classes since campus reopened after the hurricane.
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