Essential to ensuring a safe and healthy learning environment is a campus-wide commitment to the College’s COVID-19 policies and guidance.
In consultation with our medical experts at Keeling & Associates and our campus working groups, we have developed the following fall semester measures to mitigate health risks within our community.
Effective November 12, 2021, the College will adopt a universal indoor masking policy. All members of the campus community are expected to adhere to the College’s COVID-19 policies and procedures, including masking and surveillance testing for unvaccinated students and employees. Failure to comply will result in disciplinary action.
Alert levels and mitigation strategies
The College is currently operating at Level 1 (Baseline) status. The following Alert Levels will help guide our decision-making in terms of relaxing or increasing mitigation strategies. You can view the Alert Levels on the College’s COVID-19 website.
Given the limited number of students and employees participating in testing, and in order to maintain privacy, the College will no longer distribute a weekly status update to the community or maintain a COVID-19 dashboard on the website. With that said, the College will immediately notify the entire community if any trends begin to emerge or a change in status warrants a shift in institutional approach.
Additional information for students
Mental health support and guidance is available to all students through our Counseling Services, Monday to Friday, including some evenings. Additional peer and professional mental health resources are also available.
If you have any questions about fall policies, please get in touch.