Academic Affairs FAQs
The School of Business, School of Education and Human Services, School of Arts and Sciences and School of Nursing and Health Sciences will each have a meeting.
Health and safety are of primary importance. Once the fall program is firmly established, based on the guidance from NYS and CDC, a student should contact their advisor or individual professor to discuss any accommodations that they may require.
Our academic year is expected to run as planned. If a student opts not to attend in the fall they can contact Molloy University in order to file for a leave of absence
We are exploring the possibility of courses with both a remote and face-to-face experience.
We are exploring options for remote as well as face to face instruction.
The options for online instruction will be varied, dependent on the program of study.
Full-time professors are required to hold weekly office hours. Office hours are posted on every syllabus and adjunct professors generally schedule meetings by appointment. In the event that a professor is unable to meet on campus they can have a remote meeting via videoconference.
At this time, we expect previously announced class schedules will remain the same. If, for some reason a student’s schedule of courses must be altered, those students will be notified.
It is our goal to offer as many face-to-face courses as possible, however, at this point we are unable to predict how that will impact the individual student schedules.
There will be a meeting of CAP21 students to discuss their program.
Work faculty regarding their specific internships.