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masked instructor speaking from podiumOrientation sessions Jan. 4 and 5 will help FAHSS students with their transition from learning online back to in-person classes.

Sessions to re-orient FAHSS students to on-campus learning

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is offering two Return to On-Campus Learning orientation sessions Jan. 4 and 5. The program provides students with resources and information to help with their transition from learning online back to in-person classes for the Winter 2022 semester.

This program will be delivered through two modes: in person and online. The in-person orientation will take place on Jan. 4 and is restricted to registered FAHSS students whose first semester was Fall 2020 or Fall 2021. The online orientation will take place on Jan. 5 and is open to all registered FAHSS students.

“It is easy to assume that the transition back to in-person learning might be smooth for students, but it’s important to recognize the widespread impacts of the pandemic on student learning,” says Cheryl Collier, dean of FAHSS. “Many of our returning students have yet to set foot on campus. We want to make sure everyone is prepared to be successful as they return to in-person learning and this orientation program is aimed to do just that. I encourage students to sign up and ensure they are ready to return to campus.”

Students who attend and participate will be entered for a prize draw. Register at https://tinyurl.com/2p8e3wbd.