In support of Governor Gavin Newsom’s Stay at Home executive order and to safeguard the health and safety of our community, Presidio Graduate School’s learning facilities are not accessible to students, faculty, and staff. All academic courses are continuing without interruption in distance formats. The administrative offices and student support services are fully operational while staff works remotely.
Protecting the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff is our highest priority. Presidio Graduate School is closely monitoring developments related to the COVID-19 emergency. The school will provide updates on reported threats to the health and safety of our community on this webpage and through email in accordance with Federal Campus Safety and Security requirements. We will use the emergency notification system enabled via Populi to send emails and text messages to each member of the community. To protect privacy rights, we will not disclose individual information.
Presidio Graduate School is hosting all in-person admission events online until it is safe to bring people together again in person, including our class tours. Our admissions interviews and virtual open houses continue without interruption in virtual formats, and our team is on call to answer any questions. We are here to help potential new students and applicants with the decision to attend Presidio Graduate School and welcome opportunities to schedule a personal virtual meeting. We have also introduced several new interactive student Q&A group webinars.
The Round 2 deadline for Fall 2020 applications is May 1. The final application deadline is June 15.
Some of us may vividly feel the pressure, and some of us may be unaware of how stress and uncertainty impact our moods and daily habits. Here is a self-care assessment that may help you become more aware of your state of being.
Self Care Tips
We often think of self-care in terms of doing something, perhaps exercising, mediation, painting, journaling, or hiking. For many, these are essential means of care; however, there are many ways to practice caring for oneself:
Please feel free to share your self-care advice and tips here. Collectively we can generate more ideas and possibly community practices.
Now, more than ever, our Presidian community is a source of support. The student-led Mutual Aid Fund is an excellent example of our shared compassion and willingness to engage. Circle, the Friday Town Halls, and other virtual events are wonderful ways to stay grounded and connect with friends. Additionally, many of us are caring for parents, partners, and children. Be mindful of your wellbeing, which may help you avoid compassion fatigue.
For guidance and resources on how to be prepared to protect yourself during the COVID-19 emergency, please visit the following: