New Masking Guidelines.
To track the impact and risks emerging from the increases in COVID-19 infections, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has established a system that monitors the level of COVID-19 spread in each county in the United States. Under the monitoring of this system, Berrien County has recently moved to a “high” level of transmission.
With this “high” level of transmission, the CDC and our local Berrien County Health Department has recommended the use of masks indoors for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status.
As a result, effective Monday, Aug. 16, 2021, and through Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021, all students, employees and visitors to campus will be required to wear masks in the public spaces inside Andrews University campus buildings regardless of vaccination status.
You can read more about this new guideline here.
Self-report your COVID-19 vaccination here, or you can self-report acquired immunity through a previous COVID-19 positive test here. You can also find out more information and updates on COVID-19 vaccinations for the Andrews University community. Learn more.
For additional information on fall semester guidelines for those who are vaccinated (or have acquired immunity) and those who are unvaccinated, click here.
For the well-being and protection of our students, employees and guests, Andrews University has developed a new shared Community Covenant of Care for fall 2021. For a general overview of Andrews University's Case Management of positive COVID-19 cases, click here.
While #CampusClear will no longer be used for daily monitoring, you should use it on any day you are not feeling well. Find out more here.
For up-to-date information on current COVID-19 policies and campus guidelines, please see our Latest Updates section for an archive of Need to Know newsletters and other campus communication.
A calendar of key dates for summer and fall 2021 semesters can be found below.
Frequently Asked Questions
Current, future or international students can find out additional information and answers at these links for more information about COVID-19 safety measures, travel and other on- and off-campus activities.
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