COVID-19 SESP Community Resources

COVID-19 SESP Community Resources

For continued updates regarding Northwestern University’s response to
coronavirus/COVID-19, visit the links below.


Information on Phased Return to Campus

Core Responsibilities Across the University

University-Wide Information and Resources on Phased Return

For Current SESP Undergraduate Students

Your SESP advisers are here for you. Please reach out to them! The best way to speak to an adviser is to make an appointment, but you can email or call with urgent requests.

Academic Advising

Students may continue to make appointments using Inspire. Students and advisers will have the option to meet virtually over the phone or via Zoom.

Career Advising

Northwestern’s Career Advancement (NCA) has fully transitioned to virtual support. You can reach Lynn Galowich by booking an appointment on Handshake or reaching out via email.

For Current SESP Graduate Students

We understand you are working hard to balance many responsibilities at this time. Please reach out to your advisers, who are here for you. You can make an appointment; or if the request is urgent, call or email. 

The Graduate School (TGS)-Specific COVID-19 FAQs: Information on classes, teaching, degree progress, financial considerations, graduate student life, and admissions and incoming students.

Inclusive Graduate Education Network's (IGEN) Resources for Supporting Grad Students Wellbeing: Co-created by SESP alumna Aireale Joi Rodgers (MS18),  a  research assistant at the Pullias Center for Higher Education and a PhD student in the Urban Education Policy program at USC's Rossier School of Education. This resource offers links to a combination of tools, websites, reflective commentaries, and research articles that we hope will resonate with graduate students and postdocs.


For SESP Faculty and Staff

Getting Started with Online Teaching