After a year and a half of remote instruction due to the Covid-19 pandemic, students across the University have returned to campus for in-person courses. Douglass is moving forward with in-person instruction with the safety of the college community at the forefront of its strategy. Throughout the fall 2021 semester, Douglass will offer students a hybrid schedule of both in-person and remote opportunities.
Douglass at a Glance
This fall, Kameelah Janan Rasheed will begin an artist’s residency at Rutgers University–New Brunswick through a partnership between Douglass College and Mason Gross School of the Arts. Her residency will offer students from both institutions the chance to express their creativity alongside a nationally and internationally known artist.
The Douglass Global Village’s La Casa, will be holding "Picnic Con Los Amigos," a celebration in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, on October 10, 2021 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM in the Jameson Courtyard. At the picnic, there will be Bachata lessons, giveaways, and a keynote speaker. All Douglass students are invited to attend.
"I wanted to be a part of Douglass because I wanted to be surrounded by women who motivate each other and create a sense of community here at this enormous university." - Natasha Almanzar-Sanchez
"Douglass evolved into one of the most meaningful parts of my college career. At Douglass, everyone from administration to my fellow peers have been genuinely invested in my success." - Maggie Maniar
"Through Douglass I have learned the only limits that exist are the ones you create for yourself." - Veronica Bido
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