The spring 2021 semester begins Feb. 1 and students who will live on campus, take at least one in-person/hybrid class on campus, use services on campus (e.g. library, fitness center, dining) or work on campus must complete the University’s initial testing protocols and comply with all New York State travel requirements before returning to campus.
Adjusting to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic has not been easy. Life on campus has looked different, and we anticipate that the health and safety protocols that helped us get through the fall will continue into the spring 2021 semester. The local and national public health situation continues to evolve quickly, but one thing remains clear: we must stay the course for now. The winter months means spending more time indoors, making it more important than ever to follow the guidelines that have gotten us this far. Wear a mask. Wash your hands often. Keep at least six feet of distance between you and other people. Limit gatherings to 10 or fewer people.
Check this website often for new information about our plans, policies and protocols for the Spring 2021 semester, which begins Feb. 1.
We thank you for your patience and resilience. You have shown the world what it means to be #HofstraStrong. We wish you and your family a happy and healthy holiday season, and look forward to welcoming everyone back to campus in the new year.
As of 1/19/21
Daily New Student Reports
Daily New Employee Reports
1/4/21 - 1/15/21
# of positive
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* ‘* NYS reporting period is defined as per the NYS Guidance, the threshold for the temporary suspension of in-person learning is the lesser of 100 individuals or 5% of the on-campus population (estimated total on-campus population excluding those totally remote and including employees, 9,200); during a two-week period defined by NYSDOH. The report may be corrected in arrears and is based on test date.
You must wear a mask in all campus buildings, including residence halls, except for your own room, suite, or office. Masks will also be required outdoors when six feet of physical distance is not possible.
Keep at least six feet between you and other people whenever possible. Classrooms and public spaces will be reconfigured to ensure distancing.
DAILY HEALTH SCREENINGS
All students and employees must complete a four-question health survey via the University portal before coming to campus or attending class.