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Dear Students and Families,

The College is carefully preparing for the Spring 2021 Semester and is planning to open registration for spring classes in the last week of October. We are excited to build on the Fall 2020 semester with a variety of learning options for the spring. Though life on campus has looked quite different over the past eight weeks, the safety protocols, community expectations, and shifts in the way we support and engage with our students have enabled us to have a successful semester thus far. As always, our top priority continues to be the health and safety of our community and that of our families and neighbors.

As we approach the spring, the College is pleased to share that we have enough capacity in our residence halls to invite some students to (re)join our residential community without compromising the availability of rooms needed for quarantine and isolation purposes. Student feedback has made it clear that the experience in our residence halls continues to be a valued one, and our professional and student staff are working hard at creating environments that, for generations of Skyhawks, is the hallmark of a traditional Stonehill experience. With that in mind, while remote learning will remain an option for the spring, the College will not be offering a remote learning financial incentive for next semester.

To assist us in planning, we ask that you please let us know your current intentions for learning and residency. Whether this is to be as a resident, commuter, or remote student, this information will help us identify open spaces on campus and proceed with the housing assignment process. Students, please share your intentions through MyHill ⇨ Students ⇨ Academics ⇨ "Spring Learning and Residency" by Sunday, November 8.

Please know that this is a preliminary survey to help us plan—not a firm selection of a residential and learning option. Further information will be provided for formal enrollment status changes and spring housing selection by Monday, November 9.

We would be happy to discuss your decision and help you weigh all the possibilities. If you have questions as you consider your options for the spring, please contact:

We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible in spring of 2021.


Pauline Dobrowski, Ed.D
Vice President for Student Affairs

Debra Salvucci, CPA, MST
Co-Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Interim Co-Provost and Dean of the Meehan School of Business

Peter Ubertaccio, Ph.D
Co-Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Interim Co-Provost and Dean of the May School of Arts and Sciences