Responding to the critical need to support statewide mitigation efforts to reduce the transmission of coronavirus, Susquehanna is conducting classes and continuing its operations remotely. The university intends to revert to its normal face-to-face, in-person instructional mode at the end of the pandemic.

While all in-person visits to campus are suspended, our virtual tour and admission counselors are available to help future students connect to the Susquehanna community.

If you have questions that are not addressed in the FAQs or resources below, feel free to reach out to the contact listed within each FAQ. We’d love to hear from you.

Updated May 19, 2020


COVID-19: Separating Fact from Fiction

Join Dr. Tammy Tobin, Department Head of Biology, for a virtual lecture - “Understanding COVID-19: Separating Fact from Fiction.” This lecture will discuss what we know to be scientifically true about the pandemic, what we can expect, and what may be misinterpreted by the public.

FAQs for Prospective, Admitted & Enrolling Students

The most up-to-date information from the admission office for prospective and enrolling students.

FAQs for Current Students

The most up-to-date information for current SU students with information on resources, online coursework and financial questions.

FAQs for Faculty & Staff

The most up-to-date information for SU faculty and staff from the Office of the Provost and Human Resources.

Additional Resources

Communications & Updates

Press Releases

Video Resources from the CDC and WHO