September 16, 2013

Continuing Education Students Impacted by the Flood Should Coordinate with Instructors, Advisors

University of Colorado Boulder campus reopened Monday, Sept. 16, for classes and business operations following flood-related destruction and cancellations in Boulder and other Colorado communities.

The provost’s office has asked faculty members to be flexible in working with students immediately impacted by the flood. Students who have been displaced or otherwise affected by the flooding should notify their instructors to discuss accommodations. Continuing Education students who have questions or need to discuss their options should contact an advisor at ceadvise@colorado.edu or schedule an appointment.

It is possible that some courses will be cancelled or rescheduled due to instructor availability. Continuing Education students are encouraged to check email and D2L for the most up-to-date information from instructors. For Continuing Education course cancellation alerts, follow @CUContinuingEd on Twitter or CU-Boulder Continuing Education on facebook.

The university provides CU Campus Alerts for the most up-to-date emergency information, and additional resources are available for CU-Boulder faculty and staff, on-campus students, and off-campus students.

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