The university plans to be substantially back to normal this fall, and the health of our community continues to remain our top priority. Our collective safety requires everyone to consistently adhere to health and safety guidelines , including submitting proof of vaccination and adhering to the testing program that has been implemented on campus.

Student facilities

  • Brody Learning Commons, Milton S. Eisenhower Library, and the Hutzler Reading Room are open with restricted density and limited hours.

Student organizations

  • In-person student activities remain restricted by campus guidelines governing physical distancing and limits on gathering size. At this time, classes and indoor events with fewer than 50 people are permitted, with¬†capacity restriction¬†exceptions made on a case-by-case basis.
Academic Experience

This spring, we are offering in-person instructional opportunities for undergraduates and have made extensive preparations to keep the community safe.

Housing + Dining

We have moved to a more extensive on-campus experience for the spring semester.

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Health + Wellness

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended our lives and routines. It’s imperative that students take care of themselves, physically, mentally, and emotionally.