Masks are currently required for all individuals when indoors.
Timeframe: Through Oct. 31, 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.
Residence Hall Students: Masks may be removed inside your own room when only you and roommates are present, but you should plan to wear masks in indoor public spaces in the residence halls.
Classrooms: Masks should be worn in all classroom settings. Faculty may opt for a face shield or other face covering when teaching.
Meals in Terrace Café, Gazebo: Masks may be removed while you are eating and drinking but should be worn at all other times in indoor public dining areas.
On-Campus Work: Masks should be worn at all times when inside and may be removed only if you are working alone or are able to physically distance consistently.
In Vehicles: If you’re traveling with others who are not part of your immediate home or University housing in public or private vehicles, masks should be worn.
Where possible, especially in indoor group activities, the campus is encouraged to practice physical distancing to help reduce the risk of transmission. University functions with fixed seating (classes, Chapel, etc.) will not automatically have spaced seating (though where possible, it is still encouraged).
In addition to the availability of approved vaccines and COVID-19 safety protocols—physical distancing, good hygiene and wearing a face mask—we also encourage you to enhance your wellness by taking day-to-day actions that can make a difference. Read more here.