The spring 2021 semester began Feb. 1 and all students, except those that have opted for a fully remote class schedule, must comply with our random surveillance testing program. We are optimistic that with more widely available vaccines and advances in medical practice, we will be able to slowly open up spaces and activities. But for now, we must stay the course and continue to follow basic health and safety protocols: Wear a mask. Wash your hands often. Keep at least six feet of distance between you and other people.
It is our intention, to the extent possible, to resume in-person instruction as the primary method of course delivery for the Fall 2021 semester and continue moving towards normal operations in all aspects of campus life.
As of 4/23/21
Daily New Student Reports
Daily New Employee Reports
(4/10 - 4/23)*
(3/27 - 4/9)*
Week of 4/17/21
# 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 (est. 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 three-question health survey via the University portal before coming to campus or attending class.