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Current Students

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Requesting Remote Class Attendance
To change your response in the future, please submit the survey again.

See Dean Lowry's July 17, 2020 Update (courses available remotely and in-person, no penalty for remote attendance, no changes to academic calendar, mandatory quarantines, masks and social distancing requirements for student organization activities and meetings).

See Washburn University's July 16, 2020 Update (face masks, social distancing, modes of instruction, technology, etc.).

See Dean Lowry's July 6, 2020 Update (masks, revised schedule, exams, feedback).

See Dean Lowry's June 25, 2020 Update (considerations when arranging for fall housing, health and safety survey, etc.).

See Dean Lowry's June 16, 2020 Update (health and safety concerns related to class attendance, availability of classes via zoom, location of some classes, etc.).

See Dean Lowry's May 8, 2020 Update (grant money and other financial need resources; scholarship drawing; law library access; fall classes; graduating 3Ls).

See Course Recording Due to COVID-19 Pandemic Policy (notice that all class sessions will be recorded and broadcast live during fall 2020).

1L Current Students: Watch Dean Mastrosimone's 1L Academic Planning and Advising Session.

Food Pantry (Kuehne Hall, Room 101): Hours through August 8, 2020 — Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., Saturday, 3:00-5:00 p.m.

Other updates.

For assistance with Zoom go to: https://washburn.edu/student-life/health-safety/, select "Technology Support Links," then click the link below "Zoom Training." Register for access to Zoom if you have not done so already. Test your equipment (Zoom works on desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smart phones) and internet access (cable, wifi, cellular data plans). Contact Professor Thomas Sneed at thomas.sneed@washburn.edu with equipment/internet concerns.

Coronavirus / COVID-19 Update

Summer law courses are being taught remotely using online tools.

See list of law school event cancellations. Please send notices about cancellations of law school-related activities to calendar@washburnlaw.edu.

See the Washburn University website for further Coronavirus Information and Precautions.