We intend to return to in-person instruction in the Fall in almost every case. Some programs may revise their teaching approach to offer more flexibility and continue to teach some courses remotely or in a hybrid form, and details about these options will come from each program. Class schedules will identify which courses are remote, hybrid or face-to-face.
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Health Monitoring and Precautions
It is critical that we each take responsibility for maintaining the health of our community.
Students, faculty and staff are required to follow policies, protocols and guidance designed to protect everyone’s health. All students must:
- Students enrolled in on-campus programs must complete the COVID-19 Vaccination Form in order to register for classes.
- Students who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 are required to abide by safety standards and comply with heightened COVID-19 testing, masking, symptom monitoring and quarantine/isolation protocols.
Health and Wellness
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) continues to be available for students, and is offering comprehensive tele-mental health services, including 24/7 access to crisis support, initial consultations, virtual gatherings, and individual counseling. Currently, in-office appointments are limited to specific critical needs. CAPS will continue to offer tele-mental health appointments in the Fall but will also begin re-introducing in-person appointments with counselors. Students and counselors will work collaboratively to determine whether tele-mental health or in-person sessions are most suited for each student’s particular needs.
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