Shorelight’s focus, today and always, is student success—and we are committed to our students’ health and safety during the coronavirus pandemic. Read on for a closer look at how we are supporting our current international students studying in the USA, and working with prospective international students hoping to start their US university degree programs soon.
Check out our distance-learning solutions, on-campus advising and support services, and updates from Shorelight HQ.
American Collegiate Live is opening new paths to earning a degree in the US. With our Live technology, you can start your degree on time and stay on track with your program, without leaving home. Study with faculty at top-ranked universities, get recognized credits, and take part in a digital classroom experience that rivals being on campus.
As classes move online, internships do, too. If you are a graduate student, you may be able to add on a virtual internship and build your resume, completely remote, with our CAP Premier program.
Read the latest letter to students and parents from Shorelight CEO Tom Dretler.
If you are planning to take most of your classes remotely this fall, check out our blog post on how to succeed in the digital classroom.
We updated our Ultimate Guide to Standardized Tests for Graduate Programs in the US with the latest coronavirus impacts on testing schedules, extensions, fee waivers, and more.
Online classes, virtual town halls, videoconference tutoring, and more—read first-hand stories from international students and Global campus staff adjusting to campus changes during COVID-19.
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