Remote Learning

Dear Students,

Welcome to the fall semester! Even though you are away from campus, you are still a HUGE part of the Bradley family and we miss you.

Per your request, you have been designated as a remote learner for the semester. Here are just a few things to keep in mind:

Your remote learner designation will not appear on your schedule. We have notified your instructors of your status. It would be a good idea for you to let them know as well, if you haven't already.

If you still live in the Bradley area, you are required to comply with the Guidelines and Expectations for Students, including:

  • Completing any surveillance testing if you are selected.
  • Completing the daily symptom tracker.
  • Complying with all health and safety guidelines, including maintaining physical distancing, wearing a facial covering and NOT hosting group gatherings.

If you no longer reside in the Bradley area and you are not physically on campus for anything, you may decline participation in surveillance testing. Please notify Health Services of this if you are selected. You do not need to participate in daily symptom tracking.

All of the campus services and resources remain available to you such as access to instructors’ office hours, library materials, health services, virtual student activities, etc. We are here for you and we look forward to you being an active student while being remote.

We will communicate decisions about the spring semester and actions you may need to take in October.

Sincerely,

Nathan Thomas
Vice President for Student Affairs

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