Please take a moment to review COVID expectations for Fall 2022. As the pandemic continues and becomes a part of our everyday lives, we appreciate you working to ensure that our Mount Mary community is safe and healthy.
Everyone should be alert to the possibility that, should COVID cases continue to escalate, the university may be required to pivot to online instruction and/or increase COVID safety plans. University leadership has developed a readiness plan that can be implemented as necessary. Communication to campus will continue as the semester unfolds – read your email regularly.
1. COVID Reporting:
Masks are now optional indoors in all campus spaces. Masks will continue to be provided for those who wish to continue wearing them. Masks are available at the Caroline Hall Desk, the Welcome Center, or Aleah Drake’s office in Fidelis Hall.
3. Class Meetings:
All classes will meet according to the modality listed in the course schedule (online, hybrid, on-campus). All students are expected to attend classes in the modality listed.
4. Testing Availability:
Mount Mary will provide rapid self tests to any residential student who is experiencing symptoms or was exposed to COVID -19 on or off campus. Tests will be distributed to students for use after the recommended length of exposure based on current CDC recommendations (up to date recommendations can be found here).
If a non residential student is exposed to COVID at a MMU function (i.e. class, sports practice etc.) they may also receive a test from MMU after the recommended length of exposure based on current CDC recommendations.
A test can be requested at this link and pick up will be scheduled with the Assistant Director for Student Affairs.
Questions about COVID policies can be directed to Assistant Director of Student Affairs, Hannah Sternig, at email@example.com.
COVID SYMPTOM SCREENING FORMAll employees and students must fill out the COVID symptom screening form if exposure, symptoms, or positive test are noted. This must be done prior to arrival on campus.
REMINDERS REGARDING MOUNT MARY'S COVID-19 PROTOCOL
Thanks for doing your part to keep yourselves, your families and our university community safe. If you have any COVID-19 related questions please reach out to Hannah Sternig at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 930-3303.
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