JayTerm will begin on Monday, Jan. 11, 2021. All courses will be virtual for the two-week instruction period so that students can maintain quarantine protocols. The Spring Semester is will begin on Monday, Jan. 25, 2021 rather than Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021 as originally scheduled. The immediate start of the Spring semester ensures that students …  

There is always a chance that conditions will change. We will be following CDC and PA Department of Health recommendations. The College will remain constantly alert for changing conditions that impact our campus.

Yes, all support services including tutoring, counseling, and career services will be available remotely.

Students who need an academic accommodation should contact Richard Barber, Director of Academic Success (rbarber@washjeff.edu).

Office hours can be held in the mode that both student and professor are most comfortable. In-person meetings can take place with the use of social distancing and wearing face masks. Office hours can also be held by utilizing our campus MS Teams platform.

Academic advising will continue to be an integral part of being a W&J student. During the Fall 2020 semester, academic advising may be done via MS Teams meetings regardless of whether a student is on campus or studying remotely. Individual advising appointments may also occur in person with social distancing and the wearing of face …  

We plan to use our standard grading options for the Fall 2020 semester.

We will determine and communicate plans for JayTerm prior to the registration period. We anticipate in-person classes on campus for Spring 2021, but will follow public health guidelines in determining plans for the spring semester.

To the extent possible, we will work with students who need to study remotely to support their technology needs.

Students will be able to transition to remote learning at any time during the semester, should they need to. They will contact Student Life to inform them of the change and to work out move out plans, if applicable.