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Muir Online & Remote Engagement

Greetings Muirons! In this unprecedented and uncertain time, if we know one certain thing about our Muir community it is that we are there for one another. Near or far, Muir College wants you to know that moving remotely does not mean that we will stop providing you opportunities to engage with each another and your college. This page will help you stay up to date on the happenings of JMC and provide a way to connect to various resources still available to you as students. 

“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” - John Muir

Social Media

Spring Quarter 2020 presents new opportunities requiring extra attention to communication and personal initiative. Follow Muir College's accounts to stay informed and involved.

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Programs & Events

Stay tuned. There will be numerous opportunities this quarter to remotely attend special lectures, workshops, and maybe even concerts. We'll be posting those dates and times here.

  • Muir College 2020 Welcome Week Committee meetings via Zoom, join the Facebook Event for the link. Fridays at 11:00a (PST) beginning April 3rd
  • Thursday March 26th, 2020, 10:00AM-11:00AM (PST)! Join this session on "COVID-19 and College Students: What you Absolutely Need to Know,” moderated by Hala Madanat, Director of Public Health at San Diego State University, with plenary speaker Nicholas “Dr. Nick” Yphantides, San Diego County Chief Medical Officer. This webinar will educate students on how to prevent the spread of COVID-19, what young adults should know, best ways to practice social distancing, what social distancing means, and we will discuss and provide examples of ways to take care of your health! Register nowASPPH.org/event/2020virtualannualmeeting
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Blog: That Remote Life

We'll be inviting students, staff, faculty, and other community members to share their (and your) experiences and thoughts as we adjust to this new reality of remote college life. If you have words to share, submit to our moderator for consideration via email.

  • March 30, 2020 - Harper Estus ('22, Cognitive Behavioral Neuroscience) Hello Muirons! Something that has been helping me with having to stay at home, is creating a schedule for the week and sticking to it every day. My schedule is composed of: classes, office hours, study time, work, exercise time, and time for calling a friend/loved one. Keeping to a schedule helps me feel more productive and helps me notice when I should study and when I should relax. During this time, it is really important to self-care and not over-work yourself. Try to find what helps you relax, and make it a PRIORITY! Stay happy and healthy.

Resourcing Remotely

Contact Student Affairs

We're open Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
We can be reached at (858) 534-3587 or via email