Oct. 15 - To undergraduate students: Classroom attendance

Dear students,

I hope this beautiful fall weather finds you safe and well! It is marvelous to see so many on campus continuing to explore all that Salve Regina offers both in and out of the classrooms.

Due to the pandemic, we have added a new dimension to the Salve Regina learning experience: dual modality instruction. This instruction has required all of us to adapt and modify our behavior in order to keep the campus community healthy and safe. To that end, I would like to share a friendly reminder that learning remotely is intended for those students who have a COVID-related issue (e.g., symptoms, quarantine or health-compromised family or roommates). If you have not chosen to go fully remote and/or are not experiencing COVID-related issues, please attend in-person classes when instructed to do so. Salve Regina is at its best when students and faculty can be together in the classroom.

My best,

Nancy Schreiber, Ph.D.
Provost/Vice President Academic Affairs