COVID-19 facts and general info

If I'm exposed to COVID-19, what should I do?

If you were exposed to someone with COVID-19: QUARANTINE.

If you have been boosted or have completed two doses of Pfizer or Moderna within the last six months or have received the J&J vaccine in the last two months.

  • Wear a mask around other people for 10 days.
  • Test on day 5, if possible.
  • If you develop symptoms get a test and stay home.

If you have completed the first two doses of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine over 6 months ago and are NOT boosted,

OR completed the primary series of J&J over 2 months ago and are NOT boosted,

OR are unvaccinated.

  • Stay home for 5 days. After that wear a mask around others for 5 additional days.
  • If you cannot quarantine you must wear a mask for 10 days.
  • Test on day 5 (after last exposure) if possible.

If any symptoms even mild appear immediately quarantine, stay away from campus, and get tested immediately.  If positive isolate (see isolation protocol). If negative return to campus when feeling better and consider wearing a mask with any respiratory illness (flu, common cold).

What is the definition of a “close contact” or “significant exposure?” 

Exposure occurs when an individual has been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Close contact is defined as within 6 feet for a cumulative 15 minutes of more within a 24-hour period.

What does it mean to quarantine?

Quarantine is used to keep someone who may have been exposed to COVD-19 away from others. It helps prevent the spread of the virus before they experience symptoms and know they are ill. People in quarantine should stay home, separate themselves from others, monitor their health, and follow the directions from state and local health departments.

When should I get tested if I am in quarantine but do not have symptoms?

The recommendation is to test on day 5. If you test negative, you may return to regular activities.

If I get sick with COVID-19-like symptoms, what should I do?

Stay home, do NOT go out and about, stay away from people, and isolate yourself in a room. Clean any common areas that you must use (e.g., kitchens, bathrooms, etc.). Check in with a healthcare provider and make an appointment to get a test.

Does BBIN宝盈平台官网 require that I test negative to return to work?

No.

Is there a form I should fill out when I am exposed or sick?

No.

What is the isolation period if I get sick with COVID-19 or COVID-19-like symptoms? 

If you test positive for COVID-19: ISOLATE (regardless of vaccine status).

  • Stay home for 5 days.
  • If you have no symptoms or your symptoms are resolving after 5 days, you can leave your house.
  • Continue to wear a mask around others for 5 additional days.
  • If you have a fever, continue to stay home until your fever resolves (24 hours without taking a fever-reducing medication).

What is the quarantine period if I am exposed?

It depends on your vaccination status.

If you have been boosted or have completed 2-doses of Pfizer or Moderna within the last 6 months or have received the J&J vaccine in the last 2-months.

  • Wear a mask around other people for 10 days.
  • Test on day 5, if possible.
  • If you develop symptoms get a test and stay home.

If you have completed the first two doses of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine over 6 months ago and are NOT booster,

OR completed the primary series of J&J over 2 months ago and are NOT boosted,

OR are unvaccinated.

  • Stay home for 5 days. After that wear a mask around others for 5 additional days.
  • If you cannot quarantine you must wear a mask for 10 days.
  • Test on day 5 (after last exposure) if possible.

If any symptoms even mild appear immediately quarantine, stay away from campus, and get tested immediately.  If positive isolate (see isolation protocol). If negative return to campus when feeling better and consider wearing a mask with any respiratory illness (flu, common cold).

What if I test positive for COVID-19?

Isolate.

What if I test positive but have no symptoms?

If you test positive for COVID-19: ISOLATE (regardless of vaccine status).

  • Stay home for 5 days.
  • If you have no symptoms or your symptoms are resolving after 5 days, you can leave your house.
  • Continue to wear a mask around others for 5 additional days.
  • If you have a fever, continue to stay home until your fever resolves (24 hours without taking a fever-reducing medication).

What is the difference between quarantine and isolation?

Isolation separates people who have tested positive for COVID-19 from people who are not sick. Quarantine separates and restricts the movement of people who have been exposed to the disease but who do not have symptoms or a diagnosis. It is a monitoring period to see if they become ill.

What are the symptoms of COVID-19?

CDC states the following as symptoms

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

What if I only have intestinal issues?

Because of the pandemic, we suggest you check in with a health care provider and follow their advice.

How do I decrease my chances of getting COVID-19?

Evidence has changed over the course of this pandemic, but today we know that the tried-and-true infection control measures absolutely work. Get vaccinated. Stay away from large gatherings, wear a mask when in public or common areas shared by others, keep your distance (six feet at least), wash your hands, and don’t touch your face. These precautions cannot be overstated.

What if my symptoms are not very bad? Do I really need to stay home from school or work?

Yes, in this environment especially. There is a risk of spreading the virus to others inadvertently. The virus looks different on each person it encounters. Some people have only slight symptoms, while others get very ill and at times need to be hospitalized.

When am I contagious?  When am I more likely to pass the virus to another person?

Currently, evidence suggests the most contagious timeframes are 1-2 days before you begin to show symptoms and the first few days when the symptoms are the worst. After that, it decreases quickly.

Can I get this virus from touching objects that are touched a lot by others?

 Theoretically, it is unlikely; however, we still encourage you to frequently wash your hands or use hand sanitizer and to not touch your face. Your hands would be the vehicle spreading this virus from an object to your face (e.g., mouth, nose, eyes).

What is the most common way to spread this virus?

The most common way to spread the virus is to be in the breathing space of a person who is infected. Close contact (i.e., being within six feet of an infected person for longer than 15 minutes with or without a mask) is the easiest way to spread the virus.

If I have more questions, how can I get more information?

Contact the COVID question line at 801-863-4913.

COVID-19 testing

How can I receive the COVID-19 Test?

Is there a mandate for staff and faculty to be tested?

It depends on the class being offered. Check with your professor for more information.

Masks

Are masks required on campus?

Masks are NOT required on campus. We encourage those not vaccinated to wear a mask when around people; this is a CDC recommendation. The local health department has the authority to mandate mask-wearing in certain places and under certain circumstances, and we would take direction regarding masks from them.

What if I am harassed, threatened, or bullied by anyone regarding mask decisions?

Report any student instances of threats, bullying, or harassment, either online or in person, to the Office of Student Rights & Accountability. If you feel your safety may be in imminent danger, notify campus police immediately by calling 801-863-5555 or dialing 911.

Remote Work

What is the status of remote work across campus? Are there plans for a permanent remote work policy? If so, when will the policy details be shared with faculty and staff?

Visit the Remote Work Information section of the Human Resources Website within myBBIN宝盈平台官网 for additional information.

Travel

View the Travel FAQ for information about travel guidelines.

Vaccines

General Information

Will I test positive after receiving the vaccine?

No. You will not test positive unless you have COVID-19. 

Policy

What is the policy on COVID-19 vaccines at BBIN宝盈平台官网?

All registered students, with the exception of those participating in high school concurrent enrollment, must be fully vaccinated before spring semester 2022 or have declared an exemption for religious, medical, or personal reasons.

Why is there a vaccine requirement now?

This year, the legislature passed H.B. 233, Education Immunization Modifications, which authorizes higher education institutions to require vaccinations as a condition of enrollment, provided the exemptions listed above are included. Further, the increased COVID-19 infection rate in the community and moderateimmunization rate, combined with a sincere desire to protect the health and safety of our campus community, necessitates the need for a vaccine requirement. Our goal is to stay open and provide uninterrupted classes and activities.

Why is there a vaccination requirement and not a mask mandate?

Utah law only allows state and local health departments, with the approval from the relevant county legislative body, to issue mask mandates. 

How will BBIN宝盈平台官网 know if I am vaccinated?

All students have been required to complete a vaccination status questionnaire within their myBBIN宝盈平台官网 portal declaring their vaccination or exemption status. 

When does this policy go into effect? 

The policy has been in effect beginning with spring semester 2022.

Does the policy require vaccination for all students or only those who participate in on-site activities?

The requirement to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination (or to submit a request for exemption based on medical, religious, or personal grounds) takes effect for all students, with the exception of those who are concurrent enrollment high school students.

Does this policy apply to employees of the university who are also students?

Yes. All enrolled students must show proof of vaccination or apply for an exemption.

Is this a one-time mandate, or will I be required to get boosters or annual shots?

This will be determined by infectious disease experts and state and local leaders. Students need only to document their initial vaccination at this time.

What does “fully” vaccinated mean? Does it include a period of time after the dose for the immune response?

A person is considered fully vaccinated when two weeks have passed since they completed a COVID-19 vaccine series as well as any boosters consistent with manufacturer’s instructions and applicable agency approval.

How do I document proof of vaccination? Who will maintain the student documentation?

A questionnaire is provided through the myBBIN宝盈平台官网 student portal. Students complete the survey by providing an image of the vaccine card with the date and type of vaccine received or filling out an exemption request within the survey. Data from the survey is stored securely with other student records. The data is protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and will not be shared with unauthorized individuals.

Will I have to complete this survey every semester?

No, once you have completed the survey, it will not be necessary to repeat the process.

What about students who register late?

They will receive a prompt to complete the questionnaire when they log in to their myBBIN宝盈平台官网 portal for the first time.

Are medical or personal exemptions allowed?

Yes. By state law, the university is required to offer exemptions to individuals who object to vaccination based on sincerely held religious or personal beliefs, or those who qualify for an exemption for medical reasons. Vaccination against the virus that causes COVID-19 is a critical step for protecting the health and safety of our communities and ending the pandemic. Students in healthcare majors where clinical placement sites require vaccinations may not be able to claim certain exemptions. This is determined by the clinical site; please check with your program coordinator to explore these situations.

Will I be required to prove that an exemption is needed?

No proof will be needed for medical or religious exemptions. Students seeking a personal exemption will be asked to provide a short explanation.

Will those who ask for an exemption be subject to early detection methods (frequent COVID-19 testing) in order to participate in in-person courses, events, and activities?

At this time, testing may be required for those not vaccinated for certain types of classes in which close proximity of students occurs (i.e., labs, dance, healthcare, public service, aviation). Students in these types of classes work in close contact with others, increasing the risk of contracting COVID-19. BBIN宝盈平台官网 has been doing this type of testing since testing began in October 2020. Testing has been, and remains, independent of the vaccine mandate and exemptions.

I was recently diagnosed with COVID-19 and had an antibody test that shows I have natural immunity. Does this support a medical exemption?

Yes. There is immunity to COVID if you have had the disease. We know that the immunity is greatest during the first 90 days after the illness. After that, the immunity starts to wane. We do not know how long this immunity lasts, which is why vaccines are encouraged. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, a positive result from an antibody test does not mean you have a specific amount of immunity or protection against COVID-19. In both cases, vaccination is still recommended.

Will a vaccine under emergency use authorization and not final FDA approval satisfy the vaccine requirement?

Yes, all COVID-19 vaccines approved for emergency use authorization, or fully approved by the FDA, will satisfy the requirement.

Who will pay for the vaccine, and where can I get one?

Vaccines are free. Moderna, Pfizer, and J&J vaccines are available by appointment at the BBIN宝盈平台官网 clinic.

What if I experience flu-like symptoms as a result of the vaccine and cannot attend classes?

Students should contact their faculty or instructors regarding minor illnesses or contact disability services to address significant issues.

Student Rights

Will I have to quarantine if I get a vaccine and people around me are sick with COVID-19?

If you have been boosted or have completed two doses of Pfizer or Moderna within the last 6 months or have received the J&J vaccine in the last 2 months:

  • Wear a mask around other people for 10 days.
  • Test on day 5, if possible.
  • If you develop symptoms get a test and stay home.
If you have completed the first two doses of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine over six months ago and are NOT boosted:
  • Stay home for 5 days. After that wear a mask around others for 5 additional days.
  • If you cannot quarantine you must wear a mask for 10 days.
  • Test on day 5 (after last exposure) if possible.

Isn’t requiring vaccination records a violation of HIPAA? 

No, HIPAA does not apply to universities in this situation.

What if I refuse to participate in the recording of my vaccination status?

You will not be able to access any resources you may need from myBBIN宝盈平台官网.

Isn’t this a form of discrimination? How is this allowed?

No, our greatest concern is for the health and safety of our campus. Vaccines are a tool that helps us stay open and continue to offer face-to-face courses, activities, and engaged-learning experiences. All students will be able to make their own choices. If they do not wish to be vaccinated, they may select a qualifying exemption. They may also be asked to test if they are enrolled in a class that requires testing (i.e., labs, dance, athletics, healthcare labs, others).

Will BBIN宝盈平台官网-approved housing, meaning apartment complexes that require students to sign leases and the BBIN宝盈平台官网 code of conduct, require vaccination as well?

Student housing owners make their own decisions as it relates to their individual properties.

Vaccine Facts

Are COVID-19 vaccines dangerous?

The COVID-19 vaccines are considered safe and effective. There can be side effects, but very few poor outcomes. To read more about the COVID-19 vaccine safety, visit the CDC website.

You can still get COVID if you are vaccinated, so why is vaccination necessary?

No vaccine is 100% effective at preventing illness. It is expected that some people will get a breakthrough case of COVID — however, it is just a fraction of those who are vaccinated that are able to avoid illness because they received the vaccine. 

Since BBIN宝盈平台官网 is mandating vaccines, will the university be liable for any bad reaction I have as a result of the vaccine? 

Ultimately, the decision to vaccinate is personal; the liability lies with the individual. Utah state law has always indicated if vaccines are mandated, exemptions of medical, religious, and personal beliefs must be allowed. If a person does not wish to vaccinate, they may select an exemption.

If I have COVID-19, can I still get vaccinated?

It is recommended that you have no symptoms before you get vaccinated. You can be vaccinated if you are feeling well 10 days after your first day of symptoms. Those who were treated for COVID-19 with antibody therapy should wait 90 days before receiving their vaccination. For more information and recommendation please visit the CDC’s Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination page.

Can booster vaccines be mixed and matched?

Yes, the Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson and Johnson vaccines may be used for a booster vaccine regardless of the vaccine administered during an individual’s primary series.

Will BBIN宝盈平台官网 begin to require other vaccines as well?

There is no plan for additional vaccine mandates.

Academics

Course Modalities

General Information

Are classes being taught in person?

Yes. State legislation passed in 2021 requires BBIN宝盈平台官网 to offer at least 75% of the number of in-person courses that BBIN宝盈平台官网 offered in Fall 2019.

Can classes that begin in person switch to online later?

To comply with state law, all classes must be taught in the delivery modality as scheduled for spring 2022. Faculty members are not permitted to change the delivery modality without authorization from Academic Affairs. (For example, instructors cannot tell students without authorization that their course is moving from a face-to-face class to some form of remote delivery.) Should instructors have health-related concerns, they must seek accommodation through HR.

The majority of students in a class ask that the course be switched to remote delivery. Can the course modality be changed?

No. The course must be taught in the modality as scheduled for the spring semester.
Will in-person classrooms be at full capacity?

 

All classrooms can be scheduled to full capacity. If the size and enrollment in a particular room allow for social distancing, instructors can discuss appropriate seating arrangements with students.
Can student attendance be required in face-to-face classes?
Yes. However, instructors should be flexible to allow students to miss class due to COVID-related issues. Even if a student has mild symptoms (e.g., perhaps they think they have an allergy), they should stay away from campus until their COVID status can be confirmed.  Students with unvaccinated children forced to quarantine may also find they have to miss classes. Students who are otherwise healthy are expected to attend their face-to-face classes.
Could a face-to-face course be moved to remote delivery?
Yes. It is possible, due to high infection rates, that a class may be temporarily moved to remote delivery. In this case, the class will be notified and given a likely timeframe for the switch of modality. This will be coordinated by Academic Affairs. For more information, scroll to “Classroom COVID Monitoring.”

Faculty Information

Can I divide students into groups based on whether they will wear a mask or are vaccinated or not?

No. The health benefits of segregating students in a classroom are not proven. We suggest encouraging students to wear their masks and not attempt further classroom manipulation.

Student Information

My instructor switched my face-to-face course to remote delivery — what can I do?

Face-to-face courses should be taught in the modality as listed in the spring 2022 schedule. If an instructor permanently switches a course to a different modality, you may ask the instructor for an explanation. You may also contact the department chair or write to us at askacademics@running-contacts.com and we will review the situation.

My instructor has temporarily moved my face-to-face course online — what can I do?

It is possible that the instructor is ill, needs to quarantine, or is away from campus due to a conference and has elected to conduct class remotely. Instructors may hold class remotely until they have recovered, and it is safe for them to return to campus. This should be temporary, and your instructor should communicate the reason for the temporary change of modality. If you have questions, start by contacting the instructor. If you have additional concerns, contact the department chair or send us a message at askacademics@running-contacts.com.

Face-to-Face Course Recordings

General Information

Will all classes be recorded this year?

: Yes. All face-to-face classes (where technology is available) will be recorded, and the recordings will be posted to the course Canvas website. Canvas is set up to automatically allow students access to the recordings. This is to ensure students in face-to-face courses can access their courses while they are away from campus due to COVID-related issues. Instructors have the ability to disable access to the recordings in Canvas. You may only use video or audio recordings of your class for the purpose of participating in your class. You may not use these video or audio recordings for any other purposes.

Why are we automatically recording all classes this fall?

We all hoped by this time the COVID-19 pandemic would be largely over, and we could return to normal. This is not the case. We are expecting a high rate of COVID-related absenteeism this semester as we encourage those ill to not come to campus and require quarantine in cases of exposure. We expect some students may need to miss potentially weeks at a time. Providing access to course recordings is a way to deal with potentially high rates of absence while still ensuring that students have all they need to succeed in their courses. Our focus is on student success.

What if an instructor does not want a course recorded?

All face-to-face courses (where recording technology is available) will be automatically recorded and posted to Canvas. There is no opt-out for the recording. However, instructors can control whether or not students will have access. Classes will be set up with the functionality turned on automatically — the instructor needs to go into Canvas and turn off access.
What if an instructor chooses not to make recordings available to the class?

 

Due to COVID and in anticipation of a high rate of absenteeism, instructors will need to make classroom content available to absent students who are symptomatic, ill, quarantined, or directly caring for quarantined individuals. Making a classroom recording available is the easiest way to do this. If instructors turn off access to the recordings, they will need to inform the department chair and explain how they will make the course content available to students who missed class (telling students to “Just read the book” or “Get notes from another student” are not acceptable options). If the chair does not approve of an alternative, students should be given access to class recordings.
Is it possible that a course may not be recorded?
Yes. There are classrooms that do not have the capability of recording, and there may be some highly sensitive situations (very rare exceptions) where recording a class is not permissible. In these situations, recordings may not be available.
Will all classes be livestreamed?
No. However, we strongly encourage instructors to use Microsoft Teams for livestreaming in face-to-face classes to accommodate students who are absent due to COVID-related issues so they can listen in on the lecture in real time. Students will not be able to view the auto-recordings posted to Canvas in real time. You must use Microsoft Teams for this functionality.
How is BBIN宝盈平台官网 making people aware that classes are being recorded?
Faculty, staff, and students have been informed of the recordings. Notices have been posted at the classroom entry that the room is being recorded and livestreamed. Faculty members should remind students that the class is being recorded.

Faculty Information

Can an instructor limit access to course recordings to only those students who have COVID-related absences?

Not easily. Canvas functionality is all or nothing — all students have access, or no students have access. It is possible that a recording could be downloaded by the instructor and shared with select students, but this would require additional effort and technical skill from the instructor.

Why should I livestream a class if it is recorded?

Livestreaming allows students to have access to the class in real time when away from campus due to COVID. Using it from day one will also allow faculty and students to remember how to use it in the event that a class should be shifted to remote delivery due to high infection rates in a given class. It is NOT a substitute for attending a class when otherwise healthy.

If a face-to-face class is shifted to remote delivery, can an instructor still use the classroom to deliver the course?

Yes. The instructors may still use the classroom as long as they are not ill or symptomatic.
Does BBIN宝盈平台官网 administration monitor classroom recordings?

 

No. The administration does not monitor classroom recordings. The recordings are for instructional purposes. They are to be used by instructors and students enrolled in the course. Should additional access to a recording be necessary, the instructor would be notified.
Can an instructor delete the recordings?
Yes. An instructor may delete class recordings when they are no longer useful for classroom purposes.
What happens to the recordings after the semester ends?
The recordings will be purged from the system at the end of the semester.

Student Information

My instructor requires me to participate to prove I have viewed the recordings. Is that allowed?

Yes, instructors may require students to demonstrate through various assessments that absent students have viewed the recordings and are learning the required content.

What if my instructor does not allow access to the recordings and does not have another means of providing access to course content?

Contact the department chair or send an email to askacademics@running-contacts.com.

Masks

General Information

Can instructors force students to wear masks in the classroom?

No. However, masks are encouraged on campus. We can no longer require them in accordance with Utah state law. Please be respectful of an individual’s choice regarding this topic. If you feel unsafe in an unmasked environment due to your health concerns, it is acceptable to ask those around you to wear a mask.

Is it possible that there could be a mask mandate?

Yes — if the state or county health departments issue a mask mandate, then masks could be required. At the county level, a mask recommendation by the health department would have to be approved by the county commissioners. As of August 2021, they have indicated that they do not intend to approve a mask mandate. In accordance with state law, BBIN宝盈平台官网 is not authorized to require masks on its own.

Can instructors ask students in a classroom to wear masks?

Yes. An instructor may, due to health and safety concerns, ask students to please consider wearing a mask. We would ask that students be sensitive to the health and safety concerns of those around them and comply with the request. However, masks cannot be required.
Can instructors (or anyone) require masks to be worn in their offices?
We cannot require masks to be worn anywhere on campus. We ask that when visiting with someone in a personal space that you respect their request to wear a mask. You are not, however, required to allow someone into your office who refuses to wear a mask at your request. In that case, you should make  arrangements  to hold the meeting in an alternative setting (i.e. meeting in a more public space or remotely via Teams).

Student Information

Do I have the right not to wear a mask? Why should I even be asked to wear one?

Currently, masks are not required and will not be required unless the health department mandates that masks be worn. If you are asked to wear a mask, the request is to be respectful of the health concerns of those around you. You have the right to choose not to wear a mask and assume any personal health consequences for doing so. We are not trying to restrict anyone’s rights — we are asking that you respect the rights of others and be sensitive to the health and safety of the BBIN宝盈平台官网 community.

Vaccine and the Classroom

General Information

Are vaccinations required to be on campus or in classrooms this spring?

As announced on August 30, 2021, COVID-19 vaccination is required for BBIN宝盈平台官网 students starting spring semester 2022. Read the full statement here.

Can an instructor ask students if they have been vaccinated?

No, though there may be special circumstances where close monitoring of students is required.  This only involves courses that require close and prolonged personal contact or in confined spaces (e.g., dance classes, flying planes, dental hygiene, etc.). If you believe your course is eligible for an exception based on the course’s requirement for close and prolonged personal contact, please contact your department chair.

Are vaccinations strongly encouraged?

Yes. Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to consider vaccination as it provides the greatest opportunity to limit the risk of transmission and maintain a relatively normal campus experience this fall.

Can students, faculty, and staff get tested for COVID and vaccinated on campus?

Yes. Current BBIN宝盈平台官网 faculty, staff, and students can be tested for COVID and vaccinated on campus.

Faculty Information

Can I give extra credit to students who show evidence of being vaccinated?

No. Some students cannot be vaccinated due to health or other issues. They cannot be discriminated against. Further, it is not appropriate to ask students their vaccination status as that is private health information.

Classroom COVID Monitoring

What if a particular class has an outbreak of COVID-19?

BBIN宝盈平台官网 will continue monitoring classes, programs, and buildings to help mitigate the spread of the virus. Instructors and students may be contacted if case counts hit a “trigger point,” and classes may be moved online at that time.

If a student is (or several are) diagnosed with COVID, will the entire class have to quarantine, and will the class be moved to remote delivery?

If we receive a report of a positive case, students who are unvaccinated may be asked to quarantine. Those who are vaccinated may continue to attend their face-to-face classes. A class may move to remote delivery only if a certain trigger point is met.

Health Accomodations

General Information

Can students be required to socially distance in the classroom?

If space permits, students may be asked to spread out to allow for as much social distancing as is practical.

Faculty Information

I am teaching a face-to-face course but have health-related concerns. What should I do?

Contact Cameron Evans in HR immediately for consideration and possible accommodations.

Student Information

Will accommodations be made for students who are sick or otherwise have health concerns?

We ask everyone to be as accommodative as possible for students with health concerns. Ill students, faculty, and staff should remain off campus. Students who are ill and absent for more than two weeks should contact the Office of Accessibility Services to determine whether they are eligible for accommodation.

More Questions

My question is not answered here. What do I do now?

Check with your instructor or department chair, or send us an email.