It Takes

All Of Us

Community members protect one another to help end the pandemic and reconnect as a community.

And, so far we’ve done a fantastic job. Check our dashboard to see the results. Staying diligent this Spring keeps us moving towards a new normal in the Fall 2021.

Student Community Health Commitment

For Families and Friends to Review: Student Community Health Commitment PDF

Academic Success


Be ready for your coursework.

  • A good internet connection is a must. Prevent frozen Zoom face.
  • You need a laptop/desktop. A smart phone will NOT cut it. (Not even the newest.) Need help getting tech resources? Check this out.
  • Our academic calendar has been updated, including a change to spring break. Check here for more details.
  • You can still find a tutor and learning support through CASA. Promise. Just ask CASA.
Be Smart

Socialize Safely


Social Distancing does not mean social disconnecting. 

  • Make RamLink part of your daily routine. It is your key to campus events.
  • Join an FSU organization. Virtual meetings=PJs and sweat pants attire.
  • FSU offices and programs have never been more active on social media. Follow them!
  • The FSUGo app is free and holds so much info for you!
Be Connected

On-Campus Know-How


What to know before your come to campus. 

  • Face Coverings – wear them inside, outside, here, there – everywhere. Not only is it a campus policy, it is a Commonwealth of Massachusetts regulation.
  • Always know what is open for dining and stay connected to University dining here!
  • Guests? Face coverings? Resident students, make sure you get those details before you show up to the hall front desk.
  • Your FSU student email and the website are a PERFECT place to learn up-to-date information.
Be Informed

Self-Care


You are YOUR number one resource for success and a healthy semester.

Stay Well