Student Services and Resources
With less than a week until the start of classes, Idaho State University is working to ensure the safest possible learning experience for you. A number of resources and services are available to support your education journey.
Over the summer, the University reviewed all classroom arrangements to ensure spaces are able to adequately provide physical distancing. This means that your classes may have moved to a new classroom or building. Also, some classes have transitioned to a HyFlex (combining face-to-face and online instruction) or a completely distance-based model. You can find a description of the different types of instruction online

Some of this reorganizing is still going on, so please check your class schedule in BengalWeb prior to the first day of class. If you have any questions or concerns about your schedule, don’t hesitate to reach out to our academic advisors by phone at (208) 282-3277 or schedule an online appointment with an advisor.
We’re asking students who are sick or who have been exposed to COVID-19 to stay home from in-person class meetings and on-campus activities. Attendance policies will not penalize students for being absent if they need to self-isolate. Students will still be able to follow the course content through class recordings and distance-based options. Please communicate directly with your instructor if you need to be absent from class.
Students who are eligible for CARES Act funding will receive disbursement on Tuesday, September 15. Eligibility includes being enrolled in the Spring 2020 semester and filing a FAFSA for 2020-2021. For more information and award amounts, please visit Idaho State’s CARES Act website.
The Counseling and Testing Center will use telehealth for student counseling appointments. All enrolled students are eligible for free, confidential counseling. We encourage everyone to visit the Counseling and Testing Center's website to learn more about managing anxiety and stress during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can schedule an appointment by calling the following numbers:
  • Pocatello: (208) 282-2130
  • Idaho Falls: (208) 282-7750
  • Meridian: (208) 373-1719
As a reminder, face coverings are required at Idaho State University. As you return to campus next week, please remember to pick up your Bengal face covering, offered free of charge to all students. 
Campus Recreation in Reed Gym is open for all students. Patrons are required to wear face coverings in Reed Gym, and this includes while working out. For more information about Campus Recreation’s hours of operation, please visit their website.
The Early Learning Center is open to support childcare services, and it has increased cleaning and sanitation procedures. For more information, please contact the ELC at (208) 282-2769.
If you have additional questions or need assistance, please reply to this email or call (208) 282-2794.

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