Missouri Western has shifted the instruction of all courses to alternative and flexible delivery methods for the rest of the semester.
Because of ongoing concerns about COVID-19, Missouri Western State University has shifted its delivery approach to education this semester and provided students with alternative methods for learning course material and earning credit for the remainder of the spring semester.
- Seniors will graduate as scheduled at the end of the semester.
- Considerations will be made for students preparing for licensure or accreditation requirements.
- To prepare non-graduating students for future courses, there will be an opportunity for a “bridge” into future semesters through supplemental instruction and a spring semester culminating experience (where applicable).
Every course taught at Missouri Western has a Canvas course site. Canvas is a learning management system (LMS), which is a web-based platform for course material, assignments, grades and communication.
Zoom is a video conferencing software that makes it easy for participants to connect and interact via a computer or mobile device. Please contact the Instructional Media Center if you need assistance.
For the remainder of the spring semester, the CAS has tutoring online. Students should visit TutorTrac, choose the class in which they need tutoring and click on the appointment that fits their schedule.
Library materials that are currently checked out have a new due date of Thursday, April 30. There will be no fines or late fees. Out-of-town students can return materials when they return to campus even if that does not occur until August.
Barnes and Noble Bookstore will be closed until April 2. Students can return their books from home with a pre-paid UPS label.