Lincoln College Moving to Remote
Learning for February 15
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[February 14, 2021]
In an abundance of caution, Lincoln College will be moving all
classes to remote learning on Monday, February 15, due to the
anticipated inclement weather.
Online classes and those in a hybrid format that are scheduled to
meet remotely Monday will not be affected and will continue as
Lincoln College offices will be available by phone or email only.
All academic support services will be offered in online formats.
These support services include advising, disability services,
library resources, career services, and academic tutoring. Food
services will operate on a normal schedule for residential students.
Faculty are encouraged to make adjustments to course materials and
assignments, as needed. Students should frequently check Canvas and
their student email account for updates and communication from
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Students, faculty, and staff are urged to use caution in their travels to and
from campus and to dress appropriately for protection from cold temperatures and
wind. Employees and student workers should use discretion when evaluating road
conditions. Communicate with your direct supervisor if you are unable to travel
to work or wish to work remotely.
Lincoln College will continue to closely monitor reports from the National
Weather Service and modify operations, if necessary.
“The incoming system is expected to bring 5-8 inches of snow with wind chills as
low as 20 below zero. It is in the best interest and safety of our campus
community to shift to remote learning for Monday,” said Lincoln College
President David Gerlach.
[Lauren D. Grenlund]