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

Oct 28 Indoor Mask Requirement Extended
Sep 28 Individual & Shared Response to COVID-19

Previous Updates

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Sep 17 Updates on Ongoing Steps to Keeping Andrews Safe
Aug 27 Preparing for New Year: Mask Up, Report & Protect
Aug 16 Need to Know: Back to School Edition
Aug 11 New Masking Guidelines for Andrews University
Aug 9 Students: COVID-19 Self-Screen Required for Fall
Aug 5 Reporting/Tracking COVID-19 Vaccinations
Jul 21 STUDENTS: Important Changes in COVID-19 Protocols
Jul 19 EMPLOYEES: Important Changes in COVID-19 Protocols
Jun 28 COVID-19: Steps to Keep Andrews Safe/Students
Jun 24 COVID 19: Steps to Keep Andrews Safe/Employees
Jun 8 Need to Know: June 2021
May 19 COVID-19 Protocol Updates
May 18 Vaccinations/Path to Lifting COVID-19 Restrictions
May 14 Vaccinations & Lifting COVID-19 Restrictions
May 5 COVID-19 Vaccines: Reporting and On-Campus Clinic
May 3 May 12 COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic in Andreasen Center
Apr 21 Need to Know: April 2021
Apr 16 Ongoing Threat of COVID-19, Need to #FinishStrong
Apr 7 Key COVID-19 Vaccine Updates, Travel Guideline
Mar 25 Updates on COVID-19 Vaccination Plans
Mar 18 Pick Up Your Thank You Gift Today
Mar 11 Need to Know: March 2021
Feb 23 Consistent Use of #CampusClear


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)