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Sunday April 19, 2020


Final Book Pick up

Tuesday (North Wales)

10 am - 4 pm

 

Thursday April 16, 2020

 

BOOKS ARE IN!!!!!!


Times for pick up:

Friday  8 am - 3pm

Saturday 10am - 1pm

Please follow instructions below


 

Monday April 13, 2020

 

Welcome to the April Term!


 

As promised here is some additional information regarding books.

 

The following books are available for pick up at the Main Campus (North Wales)

 

BUS 109 Design Principles

 

CIS 101 Introduction to Computers

 

CIS 130 Beginning Keyboarding

 

CIS210 Windows Professional

 

ENG105 Skills for Academic Success

 

MAT101 Business Mathematics

 

MED206 Medical Insurance and Billing

 

PLS 210 Wills, Estates and Trusts

 

PLS 270 Real Estate Law

 

 

 

Dates for Pick up at the MAIN CAMPUS in North Wales PA:

       Tuesday  4/14 from  12pm - 4 pm  or  Wednesday  4/15  3pm - 7pm  Please call Joe or Jackie at 215-699-5700 before you come!

 


When you call, let them know you are coming to pick up books, they will pull the books and have them waiting for you.  Please follow the instructions they give you.

 


Please bring your own pen to sign documents

 


Please bring cash or check , if you are planning to use a credit card, call ahead with the information.  If you are charging your books to your financial aid or Career Link, also alert Joe or Jackie to this.

 

 

 

Remainder of the books 

 

We anticipate having two more sessions for pick up

 

                Friday  -  4/17  from  8 am - 12 pm

 

             Saturday  -  4/18 from 10 am - 1 pm

 

Thank you for your patience, shipping and transportation times frames have been altered due to COVID -19.

 

 

 

Please check the website and Thinkwave for a confirmation that books will be available on the above dates.




Saturday, April 11, 2020

We know all of you are anxious to start the new term Monday and have questions regarding your books.  Due to shipping delays all books are not on campus.  We will have information for you Monday, hang in there.  Books are coming.


Monday, April 6, 2020

LSB at a glance...

Lansdale School of Business is closely monitoring the guidance of Governor Wolf, CDC and the Department of Education.   When we know more, we will post updates to this page.


* LSB is closed and will re-open when Governor Wolf provides us with a new date.


* We have completed the Winter session.  When grades are available you will be notified through Thinkwave.


* April session will begin on Monday, April 13, 2020.  Please check your email and Thinkwave.  You will receive a new schedule by Tuesday, April 7th.   If you do not receive a schedule please contact Joe at JPyndinski@LSB.edu. 


* The entire April session will be held online, more information to follow.  


* LSB staff is working remotely, continuing to keep our LSB community functional.


*Please check Thinkwave for a detailed letter Tuesday 4/7/2020


*Please follow the link here for the Spring Term student message.


 

Update MARCH 23, 2020

 

All Classes for the Winter term are being completed online with your Instructors.  Please review the updates below for the Winter term.

 

 

In compliance with the Governor's directive, all LSB physical buildings and schools will be closed to students, from Thursday, March 19, 2020 to Monday, April 6th, 2020.  The date to reopen may change based upon information regarding the spread of COVID-19.   Please check back here regularly for additional information regarding on-line classes during this challenging time.



March 17 Update

Given the evolving public health issue, LSB wanted to share information developed by the administration,  faculty and staff .  The Winter Term will transition from classroom to online this week.  Your instructors will be in touch with you via email or Thinkwave, please review both frequently.   If you do not hear from your instructor by Sunday March  22nd, please email mjohnson@LSB.edu or jpyndinski@LSB.edu 

 As reported to you in a previous update we are not aware of any cases of the coronavirus at Lansdale School of Business. If any  student, faculty or staff tests positive please notify the school immediately.


Please be aware that structure is very important during this evolving time and we all need to be patient and flexible .  Lansdale School of Business will work to support faculty and students.  Our request to you is that you email your concerns, or questions  and be patient in receiving a response.  LSBcorona@LSB.edu


Our goal is to transition this term and work on developing a plan for the April Term so there is no disruption in your education.  We will announce a plan for the April term as soon as the plan is ready.  Thank you for your patience and  remember  structure your time, comminucate and be realistic with your expectations as we all make this transition.  The Lansdale School of Business Staff  is working.  If you need anything please reach out. 

Please check this site often for updates, as the situation changes will will re-evaluate our plan and post an update.

Stay safe, be well!


UPDATE MARCH 11

A Message from LSB on the Coronavirus in our region



Please note there have been no reported cases of COVID-19 at Lansdale School of Business. Symptoms can be very similar to the flu, which is active across Pennsylvania at this time. Anyone with flu-like symptoms should contact their health care provider for an evaluation.

 

Lansdale School of Business continues to monitor the situation regarding COVID-19, the respiratory virus that until recently had been known as the novel coronavirus.  We want to share information to educate you on symptoms and provide you with preventative measures you can take during this time.

General Information

 

More information about the coronavirus is available on the following website:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.


What are the symptoms?

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath


What can you do?

State and local health officials continue to urge residents to practice preventive steps such as:

  • Frequent hand-washing with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds
  • Avoiding close contact (within six feet) with people who are sick
  • Avoiding touching one’s eyes, nose and mouth
  • Staying home when sick or when someone in immediate family is sick
  • Covering one’s coughs or sneezes with a tissue and throwing the tissue in the trash
  • Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces with household cleaning sprays or wipes

Wearing face masks during one’s daily routine is not recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as an effective preventive measure against COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases.



At LSB:

It is important that if you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms you stay home and contact your healthcare professional.  This is also the case if anyone in your immediate household experiences symptoms.  Please contact LSB if this is the case and we will make arrangements so that you may complete your coursework in the most practical way possible.

This is an evolving situation.  We will continue to update the LSB community as new information becomes available.  At the current time all classes are meeting on their regular schedule.

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