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New Jersey will roll out COVID-19 vaccines in a phased approach to all adults who live, work, or are being educated in the State.
As University operations normalize, we heartfully acknowledge the effect the pandemic has had on our students' households and livelihoods. We were glad to offer respite in the form of Student Relief Scholarships, course extensions, and by waiving grade penalties for assignments submitted after deadlines for those affected by COVID-19.
Beginning on July 1 (with the July 2021 term) as we move toward a brighter future, TESU will resume its customary course extension and late assignment policies. As always, be sure to discuss accommodations you need with your mentor via the Private Student Mentor Forum in your online courses. If you have questions or need assistance, email our Student Success Team at email@example.com or schedule an advising appointment so we can help.
Coronavirus continues to dominate the news and social media, and Thomas Edison State University is taking this health concern seriously and we remain 100% open and operational. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned that Americans should brace for the likelihood that the virus will continue to spread within the United States. View updated CDC information here.
With that in mind, we wanted to provide you with some of the most helpful information and tips available at the moment:
We remain committed to helping our students continue on their educational path. However, if you do become sick for a prolonged period of time, whether with the coronavirus, the flu or other illness, we will do everything possible to help you meet your educational goals. Be sure to contact your academic advisor as soon as possible for support.