ONE VCU: RESPONSIBLE TOGETHER - Get info about VCU's phased approach to reopening campus at together.vcu.edu.
Welcome to VCU and the College of Humanities and Sciences. We are glad you have chosen to join us this fall. We also recognize this fall will be different than your typical college experience. With that in mind, we’ve complied this guide to answer any questions you might have and to help you with your educational journey.
First time taking an online class? No worries. Sure, there are challenges, but there’s also a lot of benefits that come from being online. We reached out to students in the College to get their take on online learning, how to stay engaged through the screen and what advice they would give to first timers.
You can grow as a student (and as person) through online learning. These students share their experiences.
What are the benefits and challenges of online learning? Find out.
It’s not hard to stay connected with your classmates. Learn how.
CHS professors will go above and beyond to help you learn online. Learn more.
Our students offer some advice for those taking their first online class.
This fall, we will offer a number of course formats for the wellbeing and safety of our students. Please use these descriptions to help you decide what courses fit your schedule and comfort level.
Please keep in mind that in order to comply with safety measures, all courses with an enrollment of 50 or more students will be taught entirely in a remote/online format.
VCU's planning for the return to campus continues. Many details have been worked out and there are many still yet to come. The One VCU: Responsible Together Q&A web page helps address the questions received from the VCU community during town halls and information sessions. The information will continue to be updated as VCU prepares for the fall semester.
Visit the One VCU: Responsible Together Q&A web page to find answers to your questions.
VCU is committed to offering our students a robust, interactive educational experience—even with social distancing protocols in place. Check out the many offices around campus with virtual programming. Below you’ll find ways to engage your body, mind and spirit.