Student Resources for COVID-19

Below are resources/reminders to help you with your courses:

  • Download and save the Center for Disability Resources Student To-Do List
  • If you have classes that will be meeting synchronously through Blackboard Collaborate, please familiarize yourself with this feature. Plan to log in early before the start of the session/class, check your microphone and your speakers, and use headphones/ear buds to improve the quality of the audio. If you need any Blackboard Help, you can call 315-443-2677. 
  • It is your responsibility to reach out to professors and to communicate with them. For example, if you received advance access to power points, you may not need professors to send these to you anymore if classes are asynchronous and materials change.  
  • The Center for Disability Resources will remain operational, so any concerns you may have should be directed to your Access Coordinator. We will be available by phone, email, Zoom, and Blackboard Collaborate appointments. 
  • Ensuring access to your course materials is critical. If you are experiencing any barriers to your access, contact your Access Coordinator immediately. 
  • If you are experiencing any hardships due to insufficient access to the necessary technology (laptop, internet connectivity, tablet), please contact your Access Coordinator.
  • The Student Support Resource Toolkit provides academic advisement and student services personnel with quick access to what students can expect in the online environment. 
  • SUNY ESF Only:
    • The Academic Success Center will resume tutoring services and academic coaching remotely via Jitsi Meet. Please review How to Access ESF Teletutoring.
    • Sessions will remain at the same scheduled time (e.g. If your APM 105 group meets on Mondays from 2-3 PM, you will be sent an email inviting you to the session with multiple modes of involvement (such as voice calling, chat functions, and video conferencing). 
    • Students who need to make an academic coaching appointment to discuss topics like time management, stress management, study skills, test-taking skills, and how to be a successful student, please contact Amelia Hoffman, Coordinator of Academic Success, at