Come together today to check-in! Grab a beverage and Zoom in for community, conversation, and care. 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Central Thursday, July 16. Follow this Zoom link: https://luthersem.zoom.us/my/sempastor. A link to the password will be provided in the community announcements email.
All Fall 2020 courses will be offered in an online format. See course syllabus for full details. All originally scheduled residential fall semester courses will still count as meeting residential requirements.
Online registration for fall will open by current student class starting at 7:45 a.m. Central Tuesday, July 14. Please consult MyLutherNet – Key Registration Dates for full details. All holds, including outstanding balance, advising, writing services, and Title IX, will need to be cleared in order to have online registration access.
Student class is available on MyLutherNet in your Personal Info section.
The fifth episode of the “Liturgy of the Hours” podcast is live, offering you prayer that goes with you wherever you may be. This week’s podcast includes music from chapel musician Zach Busch and a special guest, Jearlyn Steele, joining us to read scripture.
Listen to the podcast on the “Liturgy of the Hours Episode Five” page or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Last week’s announcement from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that F-1 international students attending schools operating entirely online may not take a full online course load and remain in the United States directly affects our community and is an important issue of concern, conversation, and action. Luther Seminary cares deeply about our international students and has created a committee convened by Marie Hayes, director of international student and scholar affairs, to address this issue in the best interest of our current and incoming international students. Please direct all inquiries to Marie and stay tuned via the daily community announcements for updates. Prayers of courage, strength, and just resolution for our international students!
Doing more work in the cloud these days? Now you can save files to and open files from your Google Drive and shared drives as if they were on your computer. You can also make drive files available for offline access. These cached files sync back to the cloud when you’re online, so the latest version is available on all your devices. Faculty and staff wanting Google Drive File Stream can send their request to email@example.com.
Students can download Drive File Stream onto their personal computers. When prompted to sign in please choose to “Sign in Through Browser Instead.”