Communications from Dr. Cole
- Wednesday, July 15: Message from the President – Getting Ready for the Fall: Students | Faculty/Staff
- Thursday, June 18: Message to Students about Fall Semester Plans
- Wednesday, June 17: Message to Faculty and Staff about Fall Semester Plans
- Thursday, May 21: Congratulations Class of 2020!
- Monday, May 11: Presidential Advisory Committee on COVID-19 Related Planning
- Monday, May 4: A Video Message to Our Students
- Thursday, April 9: A Time to Pause and Gather our Strength
- Friday, April 4: Sustaining our Community Virtually
- Friday, March 27 – Thank You for A Great First Week of Operations in the COVID-19 Era
- Monday, March 23 – Commencement and Convocations Will Be Postponed
- Saturday, March 21 – University Adds Additional Measures to Protect the Health and Safety of the Campus Community
- Tuesday, March 17 – Update to the Campus Community
- Tuesday, March 10 – Spring Break Extended
- Thursday, March 5 – Update/Coronavirus Website
- Tuesday, March 3 – Update
Communications from University Leaders
- Friday, June 12: Stay Healthy This Summer
- Monday, April 27: Red Hawk Check-In Chat
- Thursday, April 23: Course Withdrawal Deadline Extended
- Monday, April 20: Regalia Information
- Monday, April 6: Undergraduate PASS/FAIL Choice Guidance
- Tuesday, March 31: Undergraduate PASS/FAIL Policy Guide, Spring 2020.
- Monday, March 23: PASS/FAIL Grading Options for Spring 2020 – Message from the Provost
- Sunday, March 22: FWS, Student Employment and COVID-19 Information (For Student Workers) (For Supervisors)
- Saturday, March 21: Laptop Loaners and Technology Support for Online Classes for Students
- Friday, March 20 – Academics: Updates on Classes, Advising, Registration and Tutoring.
- Thursday, March 19 – Message from Provost Willard Gingerich
- Thursday, March 19 – Reslife: Information to Clarify Recent Notifications
- Wednesday, March 18 – COVID-19 Update: Two New Cases
- Tuesday, March 17 – Guidance from NJ Secretary of Higher Education Office
- Tuesday, March 17 – A Message to Students from VP for Student Development and Campus Life
- Tuesday, March 16 – Important Housing Announcement
- Monday, March 16 – A Message from Information Technology
- Sunday, March 15 – A Message from Human Resources
- Friday, March 13 – Employee FAQs
- Thursday, March 12 – Health Update: Case On Campus
- Tuesday, March 10 – A Message to Students from VP for Student Development and Campus Life
- Tuesday, March 10 – A Message to Faculty from the Provost
Good News to Share
A Laboratory for What the World Could Be
State continues to uphold social justice through inclusion, diversity and equitable education
As the country grapples with its long history of systemic racism and marchers take to the streets night after night to demand change, the Montclair State University community is coming together in support of each other and its commitment to social justice and equality.
Expressing Thanks Through Music
MSU Singers and New Jersey Symphony Orchestra collaborate for virtual performance of Gratias Tibi.
After months of physical isolation and weeks of solitary work, 45 volunteer current and alumni members of the MSU Singers – sopranos, altos, tenors and basses – their director and assistants have produced a collective expressive of thanks and hope, in a virtual performance with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.
365 Days of Pride
LGBTQ Pride, like Black Lives Matter, isn’t just a moment or a month.
With the world’s attention turned to racial injustice after George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police and the campus still mostly closed because of COVID-19, Montclair State quietly celebrated LGBTQ Pride Month online this June and will extend the celebration through the year. In addition to sharing virtual events with the campus community, Ebony Jackson ’14, ’16 MA, assistant director of the Office for Social Justice and Diversity, marked the month by focusing on the intersections of race, gender and sexuality.
In Time of Need, Students Urged to Come Home
New Jersey Scholar Corps brings NJ students home for studies and service.
Union City resident Gihani Dugganna Walawwe Pahalawela was planning to study in New York this fall. But then she heard about the New Jersey Scholar Corps, a higher education partnership formed in response to the economic impacts and public health toll of the COVID-19 crisis.
Blue’s Clues and Josh Dela Cruz
Broadway actor and alumnus finds a home and a hit show on Nickelodeon
When Nickelodeon’s breakout hit children’s show Blue’s Clues (1996-2006) returned as the rebooted Blue’s Clues & You! last fall, some wondered whether this sweet and occasionally silent show from the pre-smartphone era could succeed amidst the noise of the “digital age.”
The answer – with the dynamic Josh Dela Cruz ’11 as the human sidekick to cartoon puppy Blue – is a resounding, “Yes!”
The show ranked No. 1 among preschool shows in its first week, and a second season was ordered just eight days after its November 11, 2019, debut.
As Deborah Fish Ragin retires, she leaves a legacy to help foster-care youth attend college and graduate.
When students pick up groceries at the Red Hawk Food Pantry this summer, they will find new items in their bags – products from Goya Foods, Inc.
As part of Goya’s effort to address food insecurity during the current national public health crisis, the Jersey City-based company donated 44 cases of rice, beans and other grocery items to the Red Hawk Pantry last week.
View all the information about our plans for Commencement ceremonies.
Rocky the Red Hawk’s surprising and delightful “reveals” go online.
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