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            NLU Alert - National Louis University is open, however access to our facilities is restriced. Instruction is being delivered remotely and NLU has launched a virtual Student Support Help Desk to help you quickly find the specific help you need. To utilize the Help Desk, visit https://live-support./concierge/ which will be staffed Monday - Friday from 9am - 5pm. For more information, visit www./alert; questions can be directed via email to COVID19@.×
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            University Update Regarding Coronavirus

            National Louis University has created a new COVID-19 Student Emergency Assistance Fund to support students impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

            GIVE to the Emergency Fund: Thank you for considering our request to support our students during these difficult times and for your ongoing commitment to our students’ success. To give, please visit: EmergencyFund

            APPLY for the Emergency Fund (NLU students): All active NLU students meeting the eligibility requirements may apply for financial assistance from this fund if they have been adversely impacted financially by the COVID-19 crisis. To apply, visit: . 

            Updated NLU COVID-19 Resource and Frequently Asked Questions Page

            April 2, 湖北福利彩票快3

            Dear NLU Community,

            As we enter April, more information continues to become available to inform our decisions about the current situation. I’m writing today to provide an update on NLU’s response.

            First, we are pleased that our community has been able to convert all its programmatic offerings and support services to a virtual format. As an institution, we have much experience in virtual, online, and low residence programs which meant that we had a great deal of expertise in these areas already. As a result, NLU will not miss a beat meeting the needs of students and will begin the Spring Quarter on schedule next Monday, April 6. NLU staff has been undertaking a call campaign to check in with all of our students to make sure everyone is supported so that they can continue their educational pursuits. If you have any questions, concerns or need additional support, please do not hesitate to reach out. You can check www./alert for the latest updates, our F.A.Q. page for many of the most common questions, or email your concerns to COVID19@. We will respond as helpfully and promptly as we can.

            Yesterday Governor Pritzker extended the shelter-at-湖北福利彩票快3 ordinance for the state of Illinois through April 30. Accordingly, NLU will follow the guidance of our local and state authorities, maintaining its remote operations until at least Monday, May 4. This means that NLU remains open but continues to operate remotely and virtually for the entire month of April.  We tentatively plan to lift our restricted-access, all-remote policy and resume classroom instruction on Monday, May 4. However, this is subject to change with new developments in the weeks to come.

            In the meantime, and to help students adjust to the new learning environment, we are pleased to announce that NLU is launching a new concierge service. The goal of this service is to provide students with personalized support that is available when you need it.  We realize the adjustment to the new environment may be difficult for some, so this new service will provide “on demand” support. The service will be available next Monday with the start of classes, and you will be able to access it here.

            As an additional caution, on March 28 the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention issued travel advisories for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. If you do happen to travel to one of these states, please fill out and submit our travel advisory form, which you can find This will help us do everything we can to stay informed and keep our community in good health. 

            In summary, we are open, we are virtual, we shall remain virtual until at least May 4, and please do not forget to let us know if you are traveling in a high risk area. Our top priority continues to be a commitment to ensuring the safety of our community.

            I am proud to be a member of the NLU community. We have demonstrated our commitment and resilience during this period of rapid change and adaptation. Only a month ago, I would not have thought we could have a global pandemic on our hands the likes and impacts of which we’ve never seen, much less that we would have to shift our entire university into a virtual format in response to it. But the fact that we have been able to adapt so successfully is a testament to what makes NLU a special place, to my mind.

            I thank you all for your partnership and fortitude as we continue to navigate these extraordinary circumstances. I look forward to our community emerging from this challenge stronger, more united, and more determined than ever. 

            Sincerely,

            Nivine Megahed, Ph.D.

            President

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            March 25, 湖北福利彩票快3

            Dear NLU Community:

            We have received notification that two of our students have tested positive for the coronavirus, both in Illinois. One student was enrolled entirely online and the second took the majority of their classes online but also enrolled on the Chicago campus. Both students, per CDC guidelines, are currently under quarantine at their 湖北福利彩票快3s. In addition, it is important to note that NLU is using this period of restricted access to campus to perform a thorough and deep cleaning of our facilities.

            If there are any further reports of coronavirus we will update the NLU Alerts website, and will also be sure to directly notify any faculty, staff or students who might have come into contact with NLU students or personnel who report a positive case. In our support for anyone who reports a positive test for the virus, we will cross reference course enrollments and any possible contacts with other students or personnel. This is simply to determine who might be at risk of exposure. If you do not receive any direct communication from the University, it is because no direct exposure has been reported that could affect you.

            In both of these cases, students and the instructors who might have had contact with the two students have already been notified directly. As part of a caring learning community, the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff is our top priority. While we will do our best to answer any questions or concerns you may have, we also need to respect the privacy and well-being of those involved.

            As a reminder, if you are exhibiting any symptoms identified by the CDC – fever, persistent coughing, and an acute shortness of breath – please contact your medical provider immediately. If the test is positive, please complete the COVID-19 reporting form so we can inform those who may have also been exposed due to contact. The student form is available by following this link .

            We will continue to use our COVID-19 alerts page (https:///alert) and the NLU portal to update the community, any specific questions and concerns can be directed via email to COVID19@. If your schedule allows, please plan to join our Town Hall scheduled for 12:00 noon on Thursday, April 2, 湖北福利彩票快3; a Zoom link will be provided in the invitation which is forthcoming.

            Now, more than ever, is the time to take care of ourselves and our loved ones. As the National Louis community participates in “physical distancing” to contribute to the national effort to disrupt the spread of COVID-19, we must also come together to support each other, even if only virtually.

            Sincerely,
            Aurélio Manuel Valente, Ed.D.
            Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
            For questions regarding this notice, please email COVID19@  

            __________________________________________________

            March 16, 湖北福利彩票快3

            Dear NLU Students,

            Thankfully, we continue to have no confirmed cases of COVID-19 or cases otherwise under investigation within our community.

            On March 12, 湖北福利彩票快3, the University sent a message regarding the COVID-19 virus and indicated that this public health issue was quickly evolving and creating uncertainty that required us to be flexible and work collaboratively. Indeed, since that communication, the Mayor of Chicago has announced new mandates, the Governors of both Illinois and Florida have ordered all K-12 schools statewide closed, with Illinois also closing restaurants and bars, and President Trump declared a national emergency.

            At this time, nearly all instruction is being delivered virtually. It is our expectation that 100% of our courses will be virtual by the end of today (Monday, March 16, 湖北福利彩票快3). If you have not heard from your instructors, and/or have questions about our shift to virtual instruction, please send us an email to COVID19@ and we will respond as quickly as we can.

            Until April 12, travel to campus is discouraged and access will be limited. However, if students need computer access to meet their educational requirements, our campuses will be open Mondays through Fridays from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (unless NLU is otherwise directed to close). Additional communication about training and support for students can be found in our “continue learning” resource page, and more will be forthcoming. For technical assistance, please reach out to the Help Desk, by calling (866) 813-1177 or e-mailing helpdesk@; please note our team is on call 24/7.

            As you know, we are planning to deliver instruction virtually through April 19, 湖北福利彩票快3, and we will assess the situation and communicate plans for the balance of the academic year by April 12, 湖北福利彩票快3. If necessary, we are prepared to continue with remote learning to ensure your education is uninterrupted.

            Please be advised of the following information and resources below, which we ask that you take time to review carefully.

            • If you suspect that you or another student may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms of the virus (fever, cough, difficulty breathing), please report this using the form below. This information will be kept private and will only be used to provide individuals experiencing symptoms with guidance on what they should do next and to help assess risk to the campus community and deploy appropriate resources. The form is available by following this link: .
            • For students who might need increased access to internet service, we want to share that starting Monday, March 16, Comcast has announced it will launch a comprehensive plan for the next 60 days to help Americans stay connected. Please review their announcement to assess if it might be a worthwhile resource for you and your family. Additional information can be found at: .
            • In an effort to promote the wellbeing of our faculty and staff, all departments will transition their functions to operate remotely until April 12, 湖北福利彩票快3. Accordingly, building hours will be reduced to Mondays through Fridays from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and closed on Saturdays and Sundays. We hope this will not cause delays in your responses and inquiries, but should you experience any lag in response, or would like to address concerns, please email us at COVID19@.
            • Take care of yourself, your whole self. While much of our focus has been on ensuring we take measures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 with intensified and social distancing, it is important to acknowledge the personal stress and anxiety that navigating this pandemic can cause. Our student wellness team remains available as a resource to you even while instruction moves virtually. More information about our resources can be found at: . The University Counseling Center through Skylight Counseling is still taking appointments and will make teletherapy available via phone to limit contact and meet the virtual needs of students. NLU students can request a counseling appointment by calling (312) 261-3636 or (847) 947-5656 or email: counseling@.
            • Stay engaged. Just because your coursework will not be on campus, it doesn’t mean you can’t stay engaged! Download the Eagle Life app at . Be sure you are following @NLUStudentLife on , , and , and look for opportunities to stay connected.

            As mentioned, the pace of change associated with this pandemic is unprecedented. We will continue to use our COVID-19 alerts page (https://www./alert/) for all public communication and updates, and have also created an internal COVID-19 section of the NLU Portal for more detailed, operational information for our students, faculty, and staff. Please check the portal regularly to get the most up to date information.

            I appreciate your patience during these challenging times, and am inspired by your commitment to your education, your family, and each other. As a community, our character is defined by how we respond to these unprecedented and extraordinary circumstances.

            Sincerely,
            Aurélio Manuel Valente, Ed.D.
            (pronouns: he, him, él)
            Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
            phone: (312) 261-3735
            email: avalente@

            International students, resident students, and students attending our Kendall programs or semester based programs such as Clinical Psychology can expect additional, specific updates from their program administrators.

            Online COVID-19 Resources:

            Summary of Important Dates (as of 3/16/湖北福利彩票快3):

            • Courses delivered virtually, March 17 - April 19, 湖北福利彩票快3
            • Limited access to campus facilities, March 17 – April 12, 湖北福利彩票快3
            • Planned return to normal building hours and operations, April 13, 湖北福利彩票快3
            • Planned return to regular instruction, April 20, 湖北福利彩票快3

            [Reference dates above are as of 3/16/湖北福利彩票快3 and subject to change, please stay updated by visiting www./alert]

            __________________________________________________

            March 13, 湖北福利彩票快3

            Dear NLU Community,

            Yesterday (March 12, 湖北福利彩票快3), I sent a message designed to outline our key decisions to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 pandemic and emphasized in that message that this public health issue was quickly evolving and created uncertainty that required us to be flexible and work collaboratively. Subsequent to my communication, the Governor of Illinois and the Mayor of Chicago held a press conference announcing and additional guidance, and just recently (2:30 p.m. CST on March 13, 湖北福利彩票快3) President Trump declared a national emergency.

            We continue to have no confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19 or cases otherwise under investigation within our community. However, based on the emergent information and data, it appears inevitable that we will start seeing an increase in COVID-19 cases under investigation. Accordingly, as we approach the end of the winter term and shift instruction to remote learning, we are planning to take additional steps to support further social distancing in an effort to stem the spread across our city and the communities we serve.  Please be advised of the following actions and timeline:

            • At this time almost all instruction is completely virtual. Since yesterday’s communication we are advancing our timeline and plan to have 100% of our courses ready for virtual delivery by Tuesday, March 17, 湖北福利彩票快3. We will assess the situation as we move forward and communicate plans for the balance of the academic year by April 12. We are prepared to continue with remote learning if necessary.
            • On Monday, March 16, all departments will begin transitioning the majority of their functions to operate remotely. Each functional area will develop an optimal plan for onsite coverage with the goal of reducing personnel to minimal levels. Currently, we are prioritizing and immediately processing requests from high risk employees as outlined in yesterday’s communication from Human Resources to accommodate their needs for remote work and/or isolation. If you believe you are a high risk employee or have any symptoms of illness, please stay 湖北福利彩票快3, and work from 湖北福利彩票快3 if possible, while we process your request.
            • Up until April 12, 湖北福利彩票快3, the University will operate remotely except for functions that require on-site coverage. This will provide a social distancing period for University personnel. We anticipate we will resume full campus based operations on April 13 and face-to-face instruction on April 20. This social isolation period should allow time to better assess the impact of exposure in our communities. Additional communication will be forthcoming.

            While these are our current plans, the pace of change associated with the pandemic is unprecedented. We will continue to use our COVID-19 alerts page (https://www./alert/) for all public communication and updates, but have also created an internal COVID-19 section of the NLU Portal for more detailed, operational information for our students, faculty, and staff.  Please check the portal at least twice a day to get the most up to date information.

            I appreciate your patience and commitment to our students, and each other, as we respond to these unprecedented and extraordinary circumstances.

             

            Sincerely,

            Nivine

            Nivine Megahed, Ph.D.

            President

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            March 12, 湖北福利彩票快3

            Dear NLU Community:

            With you, I am watching as COVID-19 (the “novel coronavirus”) increases its presence in the U.S. and in our city, county and state. My thoughts are especially with those for whom this global public health issue is immediate and personal. For all of us, it is a time of uncertainty.

            I am grateful that at this time our University community is without confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19. I am also mindful that, while we continue monitoring the spread of the virus, we must act on the information we have in order to protect our university community and the communities beyond. We are closely monitoring the situation and adhering closely to guidelines from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Illinois Department of Public Health, the Florida Department of Health, and the Illinois Governor’s Office, which officially declared a state of emergency on Monday. 

            To contribute to the global effort to disrupt the spread of COVID-19, I am writing today to share key decisions made for the coming weeks.

            National Louis University will remain open but will deliver all undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate courses in remote format from March 23 to at least April 19. We will assess the progress of this effort as we move forward and communicate plans for the balance of the academic year by April 12, and we are prepare to continue with remote learning if necessary. As we face this unprecedented moment, our priority is the wellbeing of our community. We are also committed to ensuring that all students have the opportunity to complete the academic year successfully.

            Students attending our culinary programs, semester based programs such as Clinical Psychology, or new students to NLU can expect additional, specific updates from their program administrators in the coming days. Students who have internet access issues or are having difficulty accessing remote courses should contact the helpdesk at  helpdesk@. Because the campus remains open, students who have need may also access designated computer labs to complete their work.

            During this period, we will cancel or postpone all University events that have more than 50 participants, or deliver them virtually. We will continue our efforts to reduce transmission in public spaces and will limit access to certain areas of the campus. Most activities will be curtailed to encourage social distancing.

            To support this effort, faculty members teaching face-to-face courses are asked to modify their individual courses for remote learning. Students should monitor their email for information from their professors about the start time and particular digital format for each course. We appreciate that for some students and faculty this is a new experience. The Provost’s Office and the Learning and Information Technology 湖北福利彩票快3 (LITS) team will reach out shortly to faculty with more information and opportunities for support.

            Although we are moving to a remote learning format in the near term and student presence on campus will be greatly reduced, our campuses remain open. Faculty and staff are still important to keeping us functioning and expected to operate as usual. Although we plan to keep standard hours/shifts for staff members as much as possible, we may need people to assist where there is the greatest need, even if it is not in their typical role or department. Of course, faculty and staff who think they may be ill should not report to work. Faculty and Staff with health concerns that put them in special risk categories should contact their supervisors to make arrangements to work safely. Student workers may also contact their work-study supervisors to see what arrangements are possible.     

            We remind everyone, whether on campus or elsewhere, of health guidelines available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The most important of these are . We will continue to update alerts focused on these issues at https://www./alert/. In the coming days, you may also send questions to COVID19@; they will be reviewed and directed to the appropriate person or office.

            As of today, any NLU-affiliated air travel scheduled through April 19 is prohibited and should be canceled. Faculty and staff may request individual reviews of this travel restriction through their dean and/or unit head. 

            With respect to personal travel, the CDC recommends against non-essential travel to China湖北福利彩票快3, Iran, Italy, South Korea and Venezuela, and recommends enhanced precautions for travelers to Japan. Any international travelers should stay updated with, and adhere to, the CDC’s .

            In an abundance of caution, NLU is requesting faculty, staff and students to fill out the  if you expect to return to NLU to work or study after traveling internationally. If you elect to travel to any country湖北福利彩票快3 that is now or may in the future be listed under alert levels 2 or 3, National Louis may take certain precautions for your re-entry in the interest of public health. You may review the schedule of alerts provided by the Center for Disease Control .   

            Because this situation is evolving rapidly, we will continue to communicate with you in the days and weeks ahead. We are trying to anticipate all potential issues, but given the impossibility of that task we ask for your patience.

            With you, I feel the sadness and anxiety of this moment. The decision to ask students to remain at 湖北福利彩票快3 and to ask faculty to adapt classes to a remote format is not one that we made lightly. We weighed many options, and we believe that this is a moment when we must continue to think beyond ourselves and take action to care for each other and the larger world. I know that these sets of decisions bring challenges and strong emotions, and that they will affect each individual differently. I also know that our community is strong, as well as deeply committed to fulfilling our educational mission.

            I thank you all for your partnership in this process and with one another as we make our way through these extraordinary circumstances. 

            Sincerely,

            Nivine

            Nivine Megahed, Ph.D.

            President

            __________________________________________________

            March 6, 湖北福利彩票快3

            COVID-19 Update and International Travel Advisory Request 

            On February 4, the University sent its initial communication about the global coronavirus outbreak (now referenced as COVID-19). As noted then, we have been monitoring updates at local, state and national levels. Although there are no known cases with any connection to National Louis University, this communication provides the NLU community with additional updates given the rise in cases nationally, and specifically cases in both Illinois and Florida. In addition, the upcoming break between terms provides students, faculty, and staff with the opportunity for travel and we ask that you take time to review the information below. 

            Campus Precautions: National Louis University has been monitoring national, state, and local information. It is following guidance published for higher education institutions by the  and both the Illinois and Florida departments of public health. As a practice, NLU routinely cleans all frequently touched surfaces and will make disposable wipes available in key common areas. In addition, we are reviewing and updating our emergency operations procedures, and planning to ensure continuity of instruction and mitigate any disruption to operations in the unlikely event the NLU community is directly impacted. We have also launched an alerts page (https://www./emergencyalert/) as a central point of communication for campus updates.  

            Everyday Preventative Actions: In general, everyone should contribute to minimize the spread of communicable disease including influenza and COVID-19. Shared recommendations by CDC, and the departments of public health at both Illinois and Florida, include the following:

            • Stay 湖北福利彩票快3 if you are sick.
            • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
            • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
            • Cover your cough or sneeze with tissue, then discard tissue in trash. 
            • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water, or with alcohol-based sanitizer if soap and water are unavailable. 

            Travel Notices and Advisories: Given the volatility of public health internationally, the difficulty of ensuring adequate health care and an uninterrupted return to the states, international travelers should stay updated with, and adhere to, . The outbreak has now spread to more than 40 countries and currently, the CDC recommends against non-essential travel to China湖北福利彩票快3, Iran, Italy, South Korea and Venezuela, and recommends enhanced precautions for travelers to Japan. Accordingly, and in an abundance of caution, NLU is requesting faculty, staff, and students to notify the University of any international travel if you expect to return to NLU to work or study by completing the . Until further notice, this request is designed to help facilitate accommodations for alternate work plans and school assignments, if needed. If you elect to travel to any country湖北福利彩票快3 that is now, or may in the future be, listed under alert levels 2 or 3, National Louis may take certain precautions for your re-entry in the interest of public health based on guidance provided by the CDC and the Illinois or Florida departments of public health. You may review the schedule of alerts provided by CDC . If you have any questions about the request for travel information, please contact Maria Oriti who serves as the Coordinator for International Student 湖北福利彩票快3 at 213.261.3485 or via email at moriti@.      

            Fight stigma and fear: The NLU community should take an active role to prevent racial/ethnic discrimination in association with COVID-19. People with origins in any particular country湖北福利彩票快3 are no more likely to get COVID-19 than anyone else. At the same time, we must support and welcome anyone who has responsibly reported potential exposure, completed their quarantine and met their requirements to discontinue infection control measures. 

            Stay updated on campus notifications: In case of an emergency, the University's Alert System will be activated. Accordingly, all students are asked to maintain updated contact information using instructions located at /emergency/notificationsystem/. In addition, students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the emergency procedures posted in each classroom. Detailed information about the University's emergency plan, information about weather related closures, and/or safety related procedures can be found at [/emergency]/emergency. In the event of campus closure, students should check their D2L course shell for assignments and information regarding your classes.   

            Given the volatility and uncertainty of this outbreak, we understand that our community is rightfully concerned. The Emergency Response Team will continue to provide communications as we know more and as we update our campus response to COVID-19. Our highest priority is the safety and wellbeing of our students, faculty and staff. To stay updated, please ensure we have your current contact information (/emergency/notificationsystem/) and visit https://www./emergency/.

            Sincerely,

            Aurélio Manuel Valente, Ed.D.

            (pronouns: he, him, él)

            Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students

            phone: (312) 261-3735

            email: avalente@ 

            __________________________________________________

            February 4, 湖北福利彩票快3

            COVID-19 Update and International Travel Advisory Request 

            Please be advised that the University has been monitoring the status of the recent Novel Coronavirus 2019-CoV outbreak and the risks that exist for our University community. We also have been following the regular updates from the  (WHO) and the  (CDC). Our  and the , and update the community as needed.  

            Locally, the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) has affirmed that the risk to the general public continues to remain low. While the risk is low, this serves as an opportunity to remind our community on precautions for minimizing the spread of any infectious disease, whether it would be the flu or the Coronavirus. It's always a good idea to practice routine hand-washing and basic hygiene. This reduces the risk of person-to-person spread of many infectious diseases.

            The coronavirus is generally spread by droplet contact. This commonly means that you must be within 6 feet of an infected person who is coughing or sneezing, or via close personal contact, such as touching or shaking hands or touching an object or surface with the virus on it, then touching your mouth, nose or eyes before washing your hands.  As with any virus, one of the best precautions is to be attentive to our personal hygiene and continually wash our hands.

            To help protect our community, we would ask that anyone that has had any travel to China湖北福利彩票快3, especially to Wuhan City, in the last month, to let us know so we can monitor your status. Also, if you or someone that you may have had contact with has the novel coronavirus and you have symptoms, please call your health care provider immediately so they can make arrangements for you to be assessed.  Symptoms include fever, cough and shortness of breath.

            If you have any questions or concerns, please utilize your campus based emergency contacts which are available at: https://www./emergency/emergencycontactnumbers 

            Sincerely,

            Dr. Aurélio Manuel Valente

            (pronouns: he, him, él)

            Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students

            phone: (312) 261-3735

            email: avalente@

            facebook & twitter: @NLUDean

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              NLU’s Chicago campus on South Michigan Avenue occupies five floors of the historic Peoples Gas Building. This landmark building, across the street from the Art Institute of Chicago and Grant Park, is easily accessible by train, bus and car and is surrounded by restaurants, parking lots/garages and shops.

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