Season 2 of the Andrews Speaks Podcast: "Pressing Together (Remotely)" is now available online.

Here is key information to know about COVID-19 and its impact.

As one of the United States' most internationally diverse universities, Andrews University remains committed to sharing current, relevant and accurate information on the latest reports regarding best prevention practices, changing impact and information available about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) disease, and how that impacts our global community here on our campus.



Latest Update

Jan 15 IMPORTANT: I-20 Instructions, Response Required
Jan 13 Community Gathering, Town Halls, This Thursday

Previous Updates

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Jan 13 New Intl Travel COVID-19 Test Requirement
Jan 12 COVID-19 Vaccination Timelines
Jan 11 Renewed Commitment to Community Covenant of Care
Jan 8 Reminder: Spring 2021 COVID-19 Testing Dates
Jan 8 Town Hall Webinar for Students Studying Remotely
Jan 7 Message for 2021 from the President
Jan 6 Jan. 10 Registration: Intl Students Contact Info
Jan 5 Reopening Zoom Webinar: Undergraduates & Parents
Jan 5 Reopening Zoom Webinar: Graduate Students
Jan 5 Employees: Remote Work Update
Jan 4 Employees: Spring 2021 COVID-19 Testing Dates
Jan 4 Students: Spring 2021 COVID-19 Testing Dates
Jan 4 Remote and New Spring 2021 International Students
Dec 22 Student Health Insurance Requirement
Dec 10 Need to Know: December Issue
Dec 2 Information about Spring 2021 Registration
Nov 30 Spring 2021 COVID-19 Testing for Students
Nov 30 Spring 2021 COVID-19 Testing for Employees
Nov 19 Remote Learning Request Form Available
Nov 19 Intl Students: Will you be on campus 12/11-1/11?
Nov 19 Five Key Updates: Winter Break
Nov 17 Confirmation of Fall Exam Schedule
Nov 11 Need to Know November 2020


Other Important COVID-19 Information

Learn more about the simple steps to keep yourself healthy.
Helpful information explaining when and why to self isolate.
Guidance for those who have recently returned from an area at high risk of COVID-19
Common questions and answers related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)