Campus COVID-19 and Vaccination Status Report

Employees

 

 

Explanation Column

Employees vaccinated

94% / 100%

Total percentage who are vaccinated / Percentage who have responded

New employee cases 

1

Any new confirmed cases since last reported by HR 

Active COVID employee cases 

1

Total cases that have not returned to work 

Employees currently in quarantine with NO positive diagnosis 

  • 2 with significant exposure
  • 0 with symptoms

2

Includes those who have received a red light on their health screening, who may have had a significant exposure, and those who are awaiting test results 

Employee positive cases since 1/24/22 

19

Those active and those recovered 

 

Adjuncts

 

 

Explanation Column

Adjunct faculty vaccinated

94% / 100%

Percentage of total adjuncts vaccinated / percentage of adjuncts reporting

 

*STUDENT NUMBERS: Will resume in Fall 2022.

Charts updated 6/6/22. 

 

General Information

Campus Information:

All employees and students must fill out the COVID symptom screening form prior to arrival on campus if you have COVID-19 related symptoms, have tested positive, or have had significant exposure to someone who has tested positive. 

Important vaccination information and resources can be found in this guide:

FAQs for spring 2022:

Masks must be worn inside every building. If it is your first time on campus. please come in the Caroline Hall door by the arches and get a mask. Anyone entering without a mask will be given one or be asked to leave if they do not comply.

  • We strongly discourage cloth masks. The Caroline Hall Desk, the Welcome Center (NDH lobby) and Aleah Drakes Office in Fidelis Hall has KN 95, 4-ply masks and 3-ply masks available for free distribution. You MUST wear a mask inside the campus buildings unless you are in your own office by yourself. This is imperative and must be followed strictly at all times.
  • Prospective students and their families may visit campus for safe, socially distanced events. 
  • Mount Mary's Commitment to Community pledge, outlining the safety practices required on campus, can be found here: Mount Mary University Community Commitment_Design.pdf.

Campus Resources:

  • Mount Mary's COVID-19 Task Force is led by co-chairs Kari Inda and Jennifer Dahlman. Members include Kara Groom, Hannah Sternig and April Forray.
  • Mount Mary's wellness indicator chart: Mount Mary Indicators of Wellness (PDF)
  • All campus administrative offices are accessible by telephone and email. Visit the directory here.
  • Our web page COVID Updates contains up-to-date information on the status of the university. 

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

https://www.healthymke.com/

 

Student Information

Reporting COVID-19:

All students must fill out the COVID symptom screening form prior to arrival on campus if you have COVID-19 related symptoms, have tested positive, or have had significant exposure to someone who has tested positive.

 

Academic Resources:

Support Services:

  • Private mental health counseling is available in-person and remotely. Contact mmu-counselingcenter@mtmary.edu to request an appointment. 
  • There are emergency funds available to provide financial support. For more information about the emergency grant process and application, go to: https://mtmary.edu/costs-aid/dash-grant.html
  • Access to Mount Mary’s Food pantry services are available to students; non-perishable items and gift cards for perishable items are available. Personal hygiene items, including toothpaste, shampoo, and soap, are also available. Contact mmustudentaffairs@mtmary.edu.
  • Domestic violence resources can be found here
  • Many resources to support online learning are available and are listed on MyMountMary.