This fall we return back to campus with great enthusiasm. Prioritizing the overall health and wellness of our campus community and making them central to our planning is the key to a successful new academic year.
The college has updated its COVID-19 rules for Fall 2021 to ensure the health and safety of the members of the campus community. These measures are informed by guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the State of Illinois, and the City of Chicago, and consultations with epidemiology experts from Rush University and the University of Chicago, our on-campus health professionals, as well as leadership of the faculty senate, the part-time faculty union, and the staff union.
Highlights of the plan include — starting July 19 for employees and starting in the fall semester for students:
Read the full set of Fall 2021 COVID-19 precautions here.
Learn more about scheduling a COVID-19 testing or vaccination appointment, location, and hours.Visit
Learn about active COVID-19 cases on campus.Visit
Learn how to request assistance from IT and Facilities for technical support and space planning.Visit
Frequently asked questions and answers related to health and safety concerns on campus.Visit
Learn more about how to report a case if you become sick with COVID-19.Visit
The Manager’s Information Guide and Resources has answers for frequently asked questions about returning to campus.Visit
Recent announcements regarding the status of reopening campus and mitigating the spread of COVID-19.Visit
Please view the college's temporary work from home, employee travel, and new reopening policies.Visit