Below you will find resources to help you adjust to online instruction. You wil also find a list of resources for you and your family. If you need anything during this transition, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online Instruction Tips
- Here you can find tips that can assist you in navigating online classes
- Feel free to ask your professors if they have virtual office hours and ask for an appointment if you need help
- If you need support or have a question, know that you can ask for help
- This change to virtual courses may also be new to your professors. Keep in mind that this will be a transition to everyone.
Remember there is FREE ONLINE TUTORING (check your SFSU email for a message from email@example.com which has tons of resources)
- You can email firstname.lastname@example.org for virtual tutoring support
Resources for You and Your Family
Seeking Medical Help
- Public Charge: USCIS has shared that seeking medical help or other services during the Coronavirus outbreak will not impact you if you apply for a change in status down the line.
- Check out the links below for more information:
Loss of Income and Fear of Eviction
- If you have lost income due to the recent developments in SF and cannot pay rent, the Mayor London N. Breed has released a moratorium to make sure you don’t get evicted
- Please follow the instructions listed here
- If you live in a different area: If you are worried about getting evicted and are comfortable reaching out, let me know so I can see if I can locate resources in your area.
- Whether you have an immigration status or not, you have employment rights.
- See this FAQ for information about undocumented worker rights here
- For information about whether you qualify for unemployment go here
Resources for Undocumented Families
- The CA Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance put together a list of resources available across CA here including food
- Immigrants Rising put together a list of Tangible Support for Undocumented Communities During COVID-19
- Emergency meals and snacks can be access at Gator Groceries on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11am- 3pm at the Cesar Chavez Student Center, Recreation & Dining Level (bottom level). Here you will find a resource list of community food banks.
If you don’t have internet, many companies are offering free internet at this time. Please call the numbers below for more information and eligibility:
- Spectrum Internet: 1-844-488-8398
- Comcast Internet: 1-855-846-8376
- Charter Internet: 1-844-488-8395
- If you don’t have internet, many companies are offering free internet at this time. Please call the numbers below for more information and eligibility:
Your Physical and Mental Health
- It is important that you continue to work on your physical and mental health during this time of social distancing. Below I have provided a list of resources to help you as you figure out what works best for you and your family:
If you or your family need any resources that are not listed above, please reach out and I will try to locate support for you. Please know that you are not alone in this. We are available via zoom call or video to meet and chat if you need anything. Just email us to schedule an appointment. The coordinator will be arranging a few zoom meet-ups for us to check in throughout the semester for those who want to do so as a group. More information to come.