Current Student Resources

Current Student Resources

Student Assistance

Students, if you have a concern or need help with something – we are here to help! Simply use this Student Assistance Form and tell us how we can assist you.

Adobe Software: Adobe has opened free access for faculty, staff and students to use temporarily.

Alumni and Professional Engagement: Staff is available to assist with career and professional development.

  • Activate your handshake profile to search job and internship opportunities, career toolkit, and career coaches for resume reviews and interview preparation
  • Reach out to us at for help!
  • Internships: for the health and safety of our students in-person internships, for the spring semester are ended. The university will be providing alternative learning arrangements for student interns during this time. Students may be invited to telecommute by their site may continue at this time.

BOLT Support

Bursar Office: Student Refund Information

CARES Act Funding: The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was recently signed into law, giving Bloomsburg University the ability to award funds to students for expenses related to the disruption of normal campus operations due to the coronavirus. Students not enrolled in exclusively online programs who are eligible for Title IV funding and whose expected family contribution (EFC) is between $0-$13,000 will automatically receive an award and be notified by the Financial Aid office. Disbursement of funds will take place over the next few weeks. Additional funding may be available for spring, summer, fall 2020 and spring 2021 semesters. Students impacted by the coronavirus may apply for these funds. Please click here for more detail.

Healthy Husky: Just because we’re not on campus, doesn’t mean you can’t practice good health and wellness. We can still be a resource for illness prevention and other tips.

Health Center: facts and resources related to COVID-19

Library Online Support: Tutorials: Faculty, students, and staff have access to over 1,500 courses and 85,000 individual online video tutorials.

Mail Services: Effective Friday April 10, Mail Services will no longer accept packages for students who are not currently living on campus. They will be returned to the sender.

Pass Fail Spring 2020

Residence Life (Off-Campus Housing):

Stress management: Managing the new stress of living at home for college students

Student Access to Technology: Students without access to technology to complete assignments should contact their department chair and indicate their limitations (lack of computer, WiFi, etc.).

Tutoring Services: Tutoring, including NetTutor, an online tutoring service, is available to ALL students. Details are available on the University Tutorial Services website.

University Disabilities Services: Information and resources for students and faculty, including contact information.


State and Government Resources

Internet Service Provider Resources

  • How to get internet access
  • FCC agreement stating that providers will waive late fees, not cutoff service for lack of payment, and open hot-spots.
  • AT&T COVID-19 response offers open hot-spots, unlimited data to existing customers, and $10/month plans to low income families
  • Service Electric Cablevision (SECV) will offer 90 days free Internet service to students and professors/teachers who do not already subscribe to SECV Internet. It applies only to new customers that have not subscribed to SECV Internet service within the last sixty (60) days and other restrictions may apply. Self-installation is required with the assistance of a technician outside the residence. All new customers must provide written proof of their child’s current enrollment at a local school in SECV’s service area. All teachers must reside in SECV’s service area and provide evidence of current employment status. For more information or to enroll in the eLearning offer, please have call us at 877-955-7328.
  • Sprint COVID-19 follows FCC agreement, provides unlimited data to existing customers and will allow all handsets to enable hot-spots for 60 days at no extra charge.
  • T-Mobile COVID-19
  • Verizon COVID-19 response no special offers at this time, but following the FCC agreement.

Current Student Resources