Dear CNS Students,
Last week, you all received a message from the Provost with information regarding changes to the Q-Drop and Pass/Fail policies for the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters. If you don't know who the Provost is, this is who is in charge of all academics at the University, so that message contains the official change in policy.
Some details regarding implementation of these new grading policies are still getting nailed down. But you should have received a message from your advisor with firm information on Q-Drops and Withdrawals. Be sure to check your email or SANs, or the CNS Student Services page. As we near the end of a challenging semester, we're hopeful that this extension of time to consider all of your options will be helpful. Note the Pass/Fail decisions will be made after the semester starting in January.
Finally, for our CNS graduates this fall – congratulations! I'd like to share the following information from our Career Services Office:
Graduating This Semester?
CNS Career Services are free to you through December 2021! Please complete our graduation survey (you got an email on 11/30). Didn't get the survey? Please email email@example.com.
Ways to Schedule an Appointment in CNS Career Services
Schedule an Appointment with a Career Coach to discuss a variety of career planning topics. Schedule an appointment by logging in to your Handshake account.
Schedule an Appointment with CNS Peer Career Coaches for career exploration, resumes, and job and internship searches. Schedule an appointment with a Peer Career Coach today!
Online Resume Reviews
Get your resume ready for any application by submitting it to our online resume review service! Simply email your resume (word doc or google doc) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virtual Walk-In Wednesdays during the Semester
Appointments are on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit us for any changes and Zoom Room links.
Dr. Vanden Bout
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