We understand that many communities have been adversely affected by the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak, and we know that our prospective students and applicants may be facing great uncertainty in the coming weeks and months. Clarkson has been tracking developments and determining how to best support our community, including undergraduate applicants. We will be understanding and accommodating of these changes and they will not negatively impact your ability to become a Golden Knight. There will still be time and opportunity for you to find your future college home, though how you do that may look a bit different than planned. Our team will do all they can to make this a fun, informative and exciting time in helping you through the search process! Below you will find answers to questions you may have. If you have questions that are not answered below, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Above all, we hope that all students and families affected by the outbreak remain safe and healthy through these challenging times. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
How is Clarkson responding to the coronavirus outbreak with current students?
The University, including the Office of Admissions, has closed to visitors. Classes moved online starting on March 23 and will remain in online format for the remainder of the semester. Faculty and staff and working closely with our current students to ensure a supportive and smooth transition to online learning. Typical of the Clarkson community, we have come together to help each other and in turn, help our students to have a positive and rewarding learning experience.