Special COVID -19 Announcement from the President


Dear Apollos Community,

I wanted to take a moment and convey my personal best wishes to each and everyone of you during these uncertain times.  Safeguards against COVID-19 are causing various locales around the world to experience disruptions in daily activities and services.  I want to assure you that Apollos University classrooms, student services, and administrative functions will not experience any interruptions in delivery and that you will continue to enjoy the same level of academic services.  As an institution providing distance education, managed by many individuals already working remotely, and with a curriculum delivered online and by instructors living and working in multiple locations, Apollos University uniquely poised and equipped to maintain operations without disruption.

To continue to support each of you, I do want to make the following announcements

  • To ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff, Apollos has temporarily shut down the administrative office in Great Falls, Montana, but our dedicated team continue to provide the same great level of service from home.  While we are not available via our normal office phone numbers, you can connect with us through the instant chat feature on the homepage, by emailing us directly through our personal emails, by emailing our Info Team at info@apollos.edu, or by calling our toll free number: 1-844-476-5567.

  • Apollos is also temporarily suspending all on-ground and hybrid classes, effective immediately.  Weekly classroom sessions will move to video conferencing at the same time as the scheduled classroom meetings and local faculty members have been instructed to contact their students with logins and passwords as well as logon troubleshooting FAQs

  • ATLAS, our Moodle Campus, and the LIRN Library Database will continue to be available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

My sincerest best wishes go out to each and everyone of you and I hope that you and your loved ones stay safe.  I encourage you to err on the side of caution and to take to heart the mandates and recommendations of your local government authorities.  Together, we will all weather this storm.

Stay safe and best wishes,

Dr. Scott Eidson

President & COO

Apollos University