The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) announced that it will maintain a virtual learning environment for its students for the rest of the spring semester and faculty and staff will continue to operate remotely through May 31. CSM’s campuses remain restricted to pre-approved and authorized personnel. This date may again be extended as CSM stands united with the nation in the fight against the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
“At times like this, it is difficult to find the words to address all the emotions that come with so many uncertainties,” said CSM President Dr. Maureen Murphy. “But we believe that we will get through these challenging days together – and we will be stronger for it, on the other side.”
CSM will continue classes and operations through online instruction and remote support services through May 31. Additional important changes to the Spring 2020 Semester, including a Pass/Fail option for Spring 2020 courses, and Commencement have been emailed to students. pic.twitter.com/XMYtkWGiZg
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Students should make sure they are monitoring their CSM student email accounts, as well as the MyLearning course shells for their individual courses, and stay in close contact with their professors if they have any questions about their courses.
CSM remains in close contact with local, state and federal authorities, and will share information as quickly as possible when and if these new operating conditions change. All updates can be found at http://ready.csmd.edu/.