Resources for Distance Learning
The following resources are made available to members of the Massasoit community to facilitate distance learning and personal well-being. Follow these quick links for more.
To report potential exposure or a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19, use the coronavirus reporting form.
Spring 2021 courses will be offered remotely in several different formats: Online, Video Conferencing, and Hybrid.
View format definitions here. On campus activity is limited to scheduled hybrid classes and placement testing. Students should not come to campus unless they are scheduled for a hybrid class or a placement test.
Enrollment & Advising Assistance
All enrollment and advising functions are being done remotely. To request Student Central and ACT services please complete the enrollment and advising service form for assistance.
Access & Disability Resources
ADR staff are available to assist students, faculty and staff with questions or concerns about access, disability accommodations and general ADR services during regular hours Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm or by appointment outside of scheduled hours.
Returning students are encouraged to request Accommodation Letters for the spring 2021 semester. When you request your Accommodation Letters, be sure to discuss with the ADR staff if current accommodations should be re-evaluated and updated based on the nature of your course instruction (online, video conferencing, or hybrid.
Students with disabilities who are new to Massasoit are encouraged to reach out to ADR to discuss determining eligibility for services and the ADR registration process. Services from high school or other institutions do not automatically transfer to Massasoit.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or call 508 588-9100 x1807. If we are unable to answer your call, please leave a voice mail with your name and phone number and we will get back to you.
The Massasoit bookstore remains closed to the public. Textbooks and supplies may be ordered online at the Barnes & Noble website. Additional information, including how to get your books and supplies, is available in this FAQ document.
Please email SM8029@bncollege.comwith any questions.
Virtual activities will be posted to the events page of our website as they are scheduled. For all questions related to Student Life, please email email@example.com. Student Life staff will be available to answer emails from Monday through Friday between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm.
Some student clubs plan to hold virtual meetings. Please look for emails from your club advisor/president or email them directly. Contact information for advisors are available for Brockton and Canton.
Student ID cards will not be issued at this time. If your academic program requires you to have a student ID card, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.