https://www.northwestern.edu/newsletters/now/2020/05/0505subscr.htmlWhile Northwestern University's campus is closed, The Alumnae is sharing with you Northwestern Now, which includes webinars and other information.
Click here for the May 5, 2020 edition.https://www.northwestern.edu/newsletters/now/2020/05/0505subscr.html
Click here for the May 7, 2020, edition. https://www.northwestern.edu/newsletters/now/2020/05/0507.html
Dear Alumnae Continuing Education students,
Regretfully, The Alumnae of Northwestern University Continuing Education Program is cancelling all four Spring 2020 courses.
Northwestern University is taking significant steps to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on its campuses and protect the health and well-being of students, faculty, staff, and guests. Because Northwestern is not having spring classes onsite for the foreseeable future, we cannot hold our classes onsite, precipitating the cancellation for spring. At present, we do not to offer our courses online.
A full refund will be automatically forthcoming. Those of you who paid by check or cash will be sent a check for a full refund from The Alumnae of Northwestern University. The Norris Box Office will be issuing full refunds to those who paid by credit card. The refund will appear as a credit posted to the original payment card used for the registration.
Under these circumstances, there is no need to purchase a cancellation fee.
If you have any questions, please contact The Alumnae's voicemail (847-604-3569) or The Alumnae email: [email protected]
The Alumnae Continuing Education Program
Here is the update on Northwestern University's plan.
Here is the link to Northwestern University's communication to the parents of its students regarding information about the coronavirus--covid-19.
EVANSTON, Ill. --- After a review of 76 proposals, The Alumnae of Northwestern University has awarded full or partial funding to 26 projects sponsored by Northwestern entities or schools, including Alice Millar Chapel, the Bienen School of Music, Block Museum of Art; Chicago Botanic Garden, School of Communication, McCormick School of Engineering, Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications; Norris University Center, Office for Research, Pritzker School of Law, Public Health Program, and Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
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