We hope this finds you well and successfully completing your academic work, which we know hasn’t been easy during this semester of unprecedented challenges. Traditionally, this is the time of year to gather and celebrate your hard work and accomplishments. And it’s natural to want to gather together.
I hope you’re well and have been finding ways to get the most from the semester in this extraordinary time. The Student Life team and I know it hasn’t been easy, and we admire the way you’ve navigated difficult terrain. We appreciate all you’re doing to stay healthy and mindful of the well-being of the whole Midd community.
We’re writing today with two important resources for you: The new Student Life Remote Resources Guide, which we revised after receiving your good feedback. And a reminder that social distancing is essential.
Attached is the Student Life Remote Resources guide, which provides information on everything from accessing health and wellness services and connecting with residential life staff to organizing a remote event with the help of Student Activities.
To best support our transition to Remote Learning, the DLINQ Interns at both the College and Institute have put together four resources for your use: Student Remote Resources Site, Zoom Drop-In Sessions, Student Support Mailbox, and Student Continuity Planner.
We hope this finds you well and adjusting as much as possible to the campus atmosphere in this unsettling time. We’ve asked a lot of you already in the last week, and sincerely appreciate all your cooperation so far. We understand this is hard. Nonetheless, we’re writing today to ask for your help again.
I realize this is a time of dramatic change on campus and it may feel overwhelming. As we all adjust to this rapidly evolving situation, our goal is to keep you informed and provide you with as much support as possible. We ask that you remain in communication with us as well.