Keep Learning at USAHS

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See an Important Note About PPE

Welcome to our USAHS Keep Learning resource center. We recognize that this time of unexpected disruption of normal learning opportunities is difficult. This guide is intended to support you with essential online learning strategies and tools.

The USAHS Keep Learning Guide has been designed to support students in the transition of all learning, including lab sessions and exams, where applicable, to a virtual format. Watch our video to learn more about how we will keep teaching and learning at USAHS in Summer 2020 term, until our projected campus reopening date of July 6th, 2020:

Technical Support is always available through our IT Self Help Portal, which includes technical support articles and support scheduling. IT support is available 24/7 at 1-888-80-USAHS, support@usa.edu, or online chat. Visit the IT Virtual Kiosk or schedule an appointment with an IT specialist at help.usa.edu.

For instructional support and questions, please reach out to your course faculty and/or Program Director. Program Directors are also scheduling virtual meeting times, so be sure to reach out for help or questions.

The most important thing to remember is that we are here for you. Your faculty, academic leaders, and student service professionals, and administrative offices are all available to you and the though the university campuses are closed to students for your health and safety, the university remains open during our regular business hours. We encourage you to take full advantage of all of the virtual tools, technologies, and communications opportunities available.

An Important Note About PPE:

Because of COVID-19, there is increased focus on such precautions and PPE. For example, some of our clinical partners are requiring heightened types of PPE up to and including equipment such as N95 masks. To facilitate review of universal precautions, students are encouraged to review the CDC-produced training videos.

Always practice universal precautions. It is critically important to us that all students feel comfortable and supported requiring the practice of universal precautions in all placements.


This guide will be continually updated.  Please check back daily for content and resource updates.  


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