Most of our students are nearing the end of their on-campus experience for the fall semester. I want to thank you once again for the phenomenal job you have done following the Community Agreement and other ObieSafe protocols.
As Thanksgiving approaches, please use extra precautions in terms of consistent mask-wearing and a minimum of 6-feet of physical distancing. You've done a great job throughout the semester, don't let up now.
In our ongoing effort to improve upon the strategies that protect our health, we are expanding the application of Full Measure, the daily survey that results in a green or gray access pass that you can display on your mobile phone.
Eddie Gisemba, director of health promotion for students
The epidemiological information reported by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Johns Hopkins University website, and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) provide a limited scope of what we’ve learned about COVID-19 to date.
Eddie Gisemba, Director of Health Promotion for Students
As we enter early November, stress levels can be higher for a number of reasons. Students have already been weathering a difficult fall semester with hybrid classes, physical distancing, and increasing demands.