- ItemCOVID-19 Update: Shift to Remote Learning(2020-03-18) Roche, IsabelIn light of rapidly changing circumstances driven by the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we have made the very difficult decision to transition all coursework to remote instruction for the remainder of the term, beginning Monday, March 30. This measure was guided by our unwavering commitment to the health and safety of this community, and the growing need to take extraordinary preventative measures to assist in this unprecedented public health crisis––and weighed heavily against the major disruption we know this change will bring.
- ItemCommunity Health and Safety(2020-03-12) Roche, IsabelPlease know that there is no higher priority for us than the well-being of our students, and that every decision we make is informed by this commitment. That means not only continuously reassessing our policies and procedures to minimize the campus’s exposure to the virus, but also working to ensure that they are on track to meet their academic goals.
- ItemCoronavirus Disease 2019 & Health Update(2020-03-03) Roche, IsabelWith recent news related to the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) globally and reports of isolated cases within the US, we are writing to provide an update regarding campus planning and recommendations. We have established a coronavirus task force, coordinated by Oceana Wilson, Acting Dean of the College. Please feel free to be in touch with her with questions or concerns. We will continue to share information and updates as this unfolds.
- ItemBennington College Announces Bennington+: Expanded Offerings for Learners Around the World and at Every Stage of Their Academic Lives(Office of Media Relations, 2020-07-31) Dery Snider, AlexBennington, VT: Bennington College announces the launch of Bennington+, a suite of new offerings that will allow learners at every stage—from high school students to working adults to retired professionals—access to Bennington courses. Initial offerings includes Bennington Unbound, new creative and critical writing courses offered by renowned faculty members of the Bennington Writing Seminars; courses on urgent social and environmental issues offered by faculty at the Center for the Advancement of Public Action (CAPA); and greater access to a range of courses across the broader Bennington undergraduate curriculum.