Coronavirus Support


Note to Students about COVID-19

Dear Honors Students,

As our campus community responds to the COVID-19 outbreak, I want to convey a few important points:

First, the Honors College is open for business. Although we are conducting that business remotely, we remain committed to your success. We ask for your patience as we all adjust to the current challenges.

Second, because the situation is changing rapidly, we ask that you pay close attention to University communications. Check your email, check your Canvas page, and check for the most up-to-date information on the University's response and how it affects you.

Third, for everyone's benefit, please practice social distancing. You might think: "Hey, I'm young and healthy—I'll be fine." But the faster this virus spreads—even among young, healthy, resilient people—the faster it will reach vulnerable populations, threatening lives and causing great strain on our health care resources. So do your part in flattening the curve of infection.

The current moment invites us to focus on the things and the people that really matter. Although it won't be easy, we will get through it together, demonstrating our "Warrior Strong" spirit.

Please take care of yourselves and one another, and don't hesitate to call on us if you need anything.


Dean John Corvino


What services and/or resources are temporarily suspended?

The Honors College physical space, which is housed in the Adamany Undergraduate Library, will be closed until further notice.

Whom do I contact with questions or issues?

As always, you can email for assistance.


Where can I get more information about COVID-19 and its impact on WSU?

How can I get technical assistance?

Who do I contact about Canvas issues?

  • Utilize the Student Training Course within Canvas or
  • Contact the C&IT Helpdesk at 313-577-4357 or