In response to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, Gordon College will continue courses online through the remainder of the spring semester.  Learn more and stay updated ➔

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Support & Resources

Wondering what's accessible to you from home? The truth is, nearly everything! Explore the resources below to see how you can connect with the people you need.

Counseling Center: They’ve shared some tips for managing your mental health and have also updated the community with their shifted offerings for this season of distance. Check out their advice and see what counseling services are available!

Academic Success Center: Many services that you’re used to utilizing will still continue from afar! Try some new organizational tools or online resources, or seek to connect with a tutor or counselor virtually. Learn more ➔

International Students: Whether you’re still on campus or around the world, we’re here to help. Check your email for updates, or send your questions to .

Jenks Library: With over half of the Jenks Library's collection available online, you can still get access to much of the information you need from afar. Need some help getting started navigating the online world of research? Check out the Remote Learning at Jenks Guide for detailed information about online support and resources. Learn more ➔ 

CTS: Members of their team are still on point for your technical needs! Explore their online content first, but don’t hesitate to reach out by phone at 978.867.4500.

The Bookstore: The Bookstore has a host of information to share in light of recent changes—from free shipping on orders, to free return shipping labels for book rentals, and most importantly, lots of digital resources to help in the transition. You’ll find them to be a valuable resource as we move to an online learning environment. Learn more ➔

Student Financial Services: Financial counselors are available to answer your questions, like always. The best way to reach them is by email at .  

Health Services: The Health Center is open for students still living on campus. For everyone’s continued safety, call 978.867.4300 to schedule an appointment—the nurse will do a phone screening before seeing you in the office. 

Still confused? 

Use this form to let us know of a potential problem you’re facing which may impact your experience or chance for success in this semester. Submissions are shared with senior student life and student success team representatives to find the best person to respond to you. 

A Note from Academic Advising

We know this may not be front-of-mind right now, but it’s on our radar and we’ve got you covered for when you’re ready! Even though your spring semester has been radically changed, we’re still looking forward to the next steps in your academic life. We’ve changed a few key registration dates to give you and your faculty time to adjust to your remote learning.  

Mid-term grades in 100 and 200 level courses will now be posted by Wednesday, March 25. Similarly, the new deadline to withdraw from full semester courses with a W grade will be Friday, April 3. We’re working to transition to online forms for course withdraws, so stay tuned. (And, just like in any other semester, communicate with your professor and your advisor about whether withdrawing from a course is a good decision. The midterm grade is only a snapshot of your performance and there still may be enough assignments and time to bring your grade up).   

We’ve also adjusted the online registration dates for next fall:

Seniors: Thursday, April 9
Juniors: Tuesday, April 14
Sophomores: Thursday, April 16
First-Years: Tuesday, April 21

Exploring your vocation and planning your academic life are great ways to remain forward-looking and hopeful, even in uncertain times. We’re getting ready to do remote advising so you can connect with your advisor about fall courses and the bigger vocational plan. Stay tuned for more updates!  

Still need help? 

Peer advising is still available for mapping out academic plans or sorting out your requirements. Email for an online meeting. Deciding and academic advising is also available. Email with your questions or to schedule an online appointment.  

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Have questions?

Frequently Asked Questions ➔
COVID-19 Resource site ➔