Students FAQ

For Reedley College Students

Yes, when leaving voicemail messages to any of our departments, please do the following:

  • Listen to the entire recording

  • Speak clearly

  • Leave your name, date of birth, student identification number and a brief message

We are experiencing a high volume of calls, so we will get back to you as soon as we can. Thank you for your patience.

No, unfortunately we do not have the capability to screen students on campus. Anyone who would like to be tested for the coronavirus can go to their primary care physician or contact the Fresno County Public Health Department.

All instruction will be provided through means other than face-to-face, so all Spring 2020 classes will end as scheduled in May. As a result, there will be no delays in posting grades. Transcripts will be ready as per the usual timeline and process.

Reedley College has laptops and accessories available to help you get connected, find out more

Comcast is currently providing complimentary, 60-day internet service. More information is available here: Internet Essentials.

Students are also encouraged to come park and use the Reedley College Wi-Fi from their cars. Here is a map providing the best locations to connect to the internet on campus.

No. Please contact Instructional Designers Amanda Taintor or Kevin Scritchfield to discuss options to face-to-face testing.  We are currently ordered to shelter in place. As a result, you may need to consider modifications and alternatives to your traditional testing practices anyway.   

The 2020 Spring sports season has been cancelled.

Most services are not available on-campus. Please see our Student Services page for updated weekly hours.

Starting March 20, 2020, log into the Student Portal using your student ID number and password. Once you are logged in, click on the Canvas icon. This will take you to your Canvas Dashboard where each of your classes will be listed.

“Alternative delivery methods” refers to Distance Education (DE), which is defined thusly (as per 34 CFR § 600.2): education that uses one or more of the technologies listed in paragraphs (1) through (4) of this definition to deliver instruction to students who are separated from the instructor and to support regular and substantive interaction between the students and the instructor, either synchronously or asynchronously. The technologies may include –

  1. The internet;
  2. One-way and two-way transmissions through open broadcast, closed circuit, cable, microwave, broadband lines, fiber optics, satellite, or wireless communications devices;
  3. Audio conferencing; or
  4. Videocassettes, DVDs, and CD-ROMs, if the cassettes, DVDs, or CD-ROMs are used in a course in conjunction with any of the technologies listed in paragraphs (1) through (3) of this definition.

Yes, roll will be taken based on each student’s involvement in the class through Canvas. Each instructor will provide lecture as well as in-class and out-of-class work through Canvas. Students will be expected to complete all of the assigned work.

Failure to complete in-class and/or out-of-class work will affect the course grade. Check the syllabus for a grade break down and email your instructor for more information.

Grading scales should not change. Email your instructor if you have concerns.

Check with your instructor. You should be able to submit through Canvas or alternative methods.

Dual enrollment students attending class at their high schools should follow the protocols being followed at the high school of attendance.

Students who attend classes at the College will follow the protocols being implemented at the College. Email your instructor if you have questions.

Stay informed but don’t believe everything you hear or read. Make sure you are getting accurate information from reputable sources (see “Where can I get more information?” below). Practice good self-care including getting adequate sleep. Take time for activities that you enjoy and that help you to relax. Consider trying some guided meditations: Guided Meditation for Healthful Sleep.

If you need additional assistance in dealing with anxiety or other reactions to COVID-19, please review recommendations from District Psychological Services, or Visit the Reedley College Health Office for information and handouts on Self Care, Sleep, Managing Stress and for information or referral for campus Psychological Services.

Where can I get more information?

Centers for Disease Control

Johns Hopkins University

COVID-19 information may change daily as scientists and healthcare professionals continue to learn more about this new virus.  The most important part of staying informed is making sure you are accessing up-to-date information from reliable sources.   Do not believe everything you hear or read on social media or online.  Double-check to make sure the information you consume is factual.  Good sources for up-to-date, factual and reliable information include:

From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: The risk of getting coronavirus disease 2019 is currently low in the US, due in part to quick action from health authorities. However, some people are worried about the disease. Fear and anxiety can lead to social stigma towards Chinese or other Asian-Americans. Stigma and discrimination can occur when people associate an infectious disease, such as COVID-19, with a population or nationality, even though not everyone in that population or from that region is specifically at risk for the disease (for example, Chinese-Americans and other Asian-Americans living in the United States). Stigma hurts everyone by creating more fear or anger towards ordinary people instead of the disease that is causing the problem. We can fight stigma and help not hurt others by providing social support. We can communicate the facts that being Chinese or Asian American does not increase the chance of getting or spreading COVID-19.