COVID-19: Resources for Walton Students
Spring 2021 looks different, but the transformative power of the Walton College experience and our commitment to your success does not change. As we minimize health risks to students and faculty, we're expanding virtual delivery for classroom instruction and providing additional remote forms of student support for advising, career services and more.
Which days do I attend class in person? Virtually?
Most Walton courses that are meeting face-to-face/in-person will meet on a rotation schedule. Use this list to understand which day(s) you should plan to attend class in-person and which days you will attend virtually. Please check this list frequently as changes may occur as more students enroll. When the list is final, it will be noted here.
Graduate students will be notified of any class rotation schedules by their degree program. If you have any questions, please reach out to your academic advisor or program director. For any additional questions or to identify the appropriate advisor, please feel free to contact the Graduate School of Business directly: email@example.com, 479-575-2851.
How do I read my schedule to find out if my class is remote delivery, online, or in-person?
These brief videos describe the three delivery methods being used for spring 2021 courses and show you how to read your schedule to determine which delivery option is being used for each class.
How do I access my REMOTE class?
How do I access my class on days I’m NOT attending face-to-face?
How do I watch a RECORDED class?
- Open your Blackboard site
- To access recordings
- Zoom: Click on the media link that was created for recordings by your instructor in Blackboard. Published videos will be visible.
- Collaborate Ultra: Click on the Collaborate Ultra link in your Blackboard course. Session recordings are found by clicking the Hamburger Menu icon. Recordings will be shown after processing has been completed.
I need help finding a job or internship during COVID-19.
Career Services has all the information you need on finding a position during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Additional University Resources
Just hoping things get better isn't enough. It takes caring about the safety, health and well-being of those around us, and a commitment to make things better even when times get tough. We're determined to find ways to help support those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Need Other Types of Help?
- Walton Honors
- Walton Office of Diversity & Inclusion
- Business Communication Lab
- Walton Student Emergency Funding