How will performances work if no audience will be allowed?
I just wanted a little more info about practice room availability in general
I wanted to see if you could clarify why choir and orchestra are going to be in person, yet our classes that are require for our music therapy certification are remote? I remember the CSU president said that classes which are needed for certification and licensure would take priority…or they would at least try. Choir and orchestra would be considered classes that would have the greatest probability of spreading COVID due to the droplets while singing. Additionally, choir and orchestra are electives…our core classes should take priority. I’m just confused on if CSU is trying to keep us “safe” then the classes that were chosen to be in person seem like it contradicts that.
It seems like most of the classes in person are for the underclassmen. Why is prac I in person but not Prac III? This is an incredibly important semester for MT seniors.
How will attendance policies work (especially in terms of these adapted ensembles) for people who get sick?
how will they deal with proximity issues in the ensemble classes.... especially the larger ones we tend to be pretty packed and close.
How would graduate assistant work with students who need accompany? remote or in-person?
for music therapy majors— is there any information yet on if we will have access to the lending library?
Since orchestra is only performing string music this semester, what is going to happen if your scholarship is tied to being in both wind ensemble and orchestra?
Will common areas be closed? Like the 4th floor hallway and lobby area?
I know most staff will be remote... will there be options for music sept work study/grad assistants have work available o do remotely?
will Ed and Therapy student groups be encouraged to meet remotely as well?
How will wind instrument players play with a mask on?
Are the plastic shields an option instead of masks?
is it possible for the department to get a few forehead scanners to be used before ensemble rehearsals so we can check temps?
Olivia D Havas
Is there a professor that will be taking on Dr. Roche’s courses for the fall? Also, will the lockers on the 4th floor be available for commuters to store coats/books/etc.?
Will all questions and concerns still be addressed to Dr. Russell even for music Ed questions?
When will studio assignments be out?
Will there be more CARES ACT money available this Fall for students affected financially by COVID?
Do you when we will find out if our specific teacher is teaching lessons in person or remote?
Can I get some clarity on the accountability for students to clean? You also mentioned staff specifically for the music building as well. And what about the off-chance that there won't be enough supplies to go around?
Will there be a pass/fail option available again for the fall semester?
I know they are limiting who and when students can be at school.... will they also be stepping up monitoring non students who frequently come into our building and “hanging around”
Polite way to screen if someone doesn't belong: Do you need help? Can I help you? Or Do you need help finding an office/classroom? Normally they respond accordingly.
Any chance they'll switch to swipe access for buildings for students, faculty & staff?