Coronavirus & Crosby FAQ

This is a strange and confusing time for all of us--but we will get through it together! The Crosby Staff members are working together to find ways to keep the Crosby programming going, even thought we can't meet in person right now. The situation is changing constantly. We will do our best to communicate any changes to you in the quickest way possible. For now, some things are "wait and see".

Q. Are the Crosby Scholars offices open at this time?

A. The building has recently re-opened for appointments only. Crosby Staff members will continue to work remotely in the coming weeks. Occasionally, a staff member may be in the office.

Q. Is Crosby Scholars closed because of the virus?

A. No, we are working! We are working from home and are available by e-mail or cell phone. Here are cell numbers: Aaliyah Turner-Moore, 980-434-6315; Kristen Montgomery, 704-519-7155; Jenniffer Jamison, 276-732-5632; Suzanne Wegmiller, 704-818-7148.

Q. If my community service event is cancelled, what can I do?

A. You are welcome to contact us to explain your situation. Also, there is a document in your student portal that lists many ideas for service that you might do on your own.

Q. I have my hours done, but I can't get my form signed. What should I do?

A. Please complete your part of the form. Fill in as much contact information as you can about the person who supervised your hours. Then send it to us. We are waiving the signature requirement for now.

Q. Will there be Crosby Scholars academies this summer?

A. Yes! We will be offering a variety of options for grades 7 - 12. Some will be independent on-line options, while others will be held virtually. Stay tuned--the schedule will be released by June 1.

Q.  What should rising seniors know about the admissions process amid the COVID-19 pandemic?

A.  Here are a few things you can focus on right now.  Link to Infographic