On April 6th, 2020, the Transfer Credit page was modified to state that as a result of COVID-19, any course(s) taken in the Spring of 2020 that has earned a grade of Pass (P) will be considered for transfer credit regardless of the number of associated quality points or its numeric value.
On April 14th, 2020, the Transfer Credit page was modified to state that due to programmatic accreditation standards, SCI1050, DIET2050, DIET3030, DIET3050, DIET4030, DIET4630, BIO1011 / 1016, CHM1000 / 1006, BIO2041 / 2046, BIO2201 / 2206, CHM2050, and CHM3040 are excluded from COVID-19 Pass (P) grade transfer credit exception for students entering the Dietetics & Applied Nutrition B.S. program. Students who opted for a grade of Pass (P) or Satisfactory (S) in any of these courses will have to repeat the course and earn a standard letter grade.
On April 30th, 2020, the Transcripts page was modified to state that there are two new delivery options available to our Clearinghouse Transcript Service. Mail/International delivery was added for an additional delivery fee of $5 and Certified Mail/United States was added for an additional delivery fee of $12. These two new additional delivery methods are cost effective alternatives to the Express delivery options. Furthermore, please note that the option to select a hold for pick up option has been removed. All transcript requests must be sent via PDF or postal mail.
On May 19th, 2020, the Tuition & Fees page was modified to include the following Statement Regarding Tuition & Fees:
Solely for avoidance of doubt, the tuition and fees students pay the university will not be discounted, irrespective of any changes in the manner or mode of learning or changes to any activities, events, or programs (including revision, postponement, or cancellation of same) at any time during the academic year; the manner or mode of learning could include on-ground learning, remote learning, or a combination of the two; it could include fewer classes or restructured classes; and it could include changes mid-semester (as just a few examples of possible changes). Please understand that the university, like other schools, is subject to multiple factors outside of its control, including effects stemming from the pandemic and applicable local, state, and federal law and guidance related to the pandemic, which factors could significantly alter, limit, or curtail our operations.
As of May 11th, 2020, the Event Management B.S. degree program will not be offered on the Providence Campus.
As of May 11th, 2020, the Sport Management B.S. degree program will not be offered on the Providence Campus.