We've compiled the following resources to help you get the best start possible in your classes this semester. Take a few minutes now to complete the steps below (and check out some helpful advice from our instructors) to make sure that you're ready to start the semester strong.
Make sure that you understand the differences between these course modalities and start taking steps to be successful online. Mini-term classes can offer you the flexibility to take courses in your preferred formats. You can find mini-term classes in eServices by doing an advanced search for February-term, March-term, or Spring Minimester attributes.
Make any changes to your schedule in eServices prior to the start of classes. Final adjustments can be made according to the deadlines in the Academic Calendar. DegreeWorks and Major Maps can answer some of your questions about your course requirements, but your advisor or program director is the best person to answer questions about adjustments to your schedule.
Together, we will take the necessary steps to protect the well-being of our community. You'll be expected to monitor your health daily, wear a face covering or mask, maintain physical distancing, clean and disinfect your personal and shared spaces and report symptoms to Student Health Services.
If you are a current student who still has unanswered questions, or need additional support, please use this self-referral form below. (Please make sure you're logged into your VCU Google account):
If you are a faculty member, staff, or a student who knows of a student needing assistance, we encourage you to submit the form below. (Please note: You will need to be logged into your VCU Google account.)