Coronavirus (COVID-19) information
March 24, 2021
Hard to believe, but we are already past the halfway point of the spring semester. Lots of work yet to do, but today I would like to look forward a bit and share our plans for the summer and fall.
Some of our faculty and staff are already vaccinated, while others are working on securing their appointments. As of March 22, 1,018,146 does have been administered in Kansas. This includes first and second doses, so we are well on our way to a healthier Kansas! https://www.kansasvaccine.gov/
Based off these encouraging trends, we are now planning for a “back to normal” fall semester. This includes full class sizes, student organization activities and events, and other related in-person functions and activities. This transition will get underway starting this summer as we keep an eye on our vaccination availability and progress, which will inevitably allow us to open more activities as warranted. Already, we are allowing events on campus, following safety protocols.
While things may never be the same as they were before, we expect to achieve some level of normalcy, including classrooms and workplaces at their usual capacity. Our quad should be complete and ready to use by mid-June and we are making plans to maximize that space as well.
For now, we will maintain mask use and social distancing protocols, and anticipate doing so through summer classes. Registration for fall semester is now open, so please meet with your Advisors to enroll in our exciting fall academic course offerings.
Lisa Stoothoff, Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs/Dean of the College
August 17, 2020
COVID-19 Guidelines Released for Students
July 23, 2020
COVID-19 Alert System for Fall 2020
Donnelly College plans to return to in-person instruction on campus beginning in the fall 2020 term. The term will start on August 31, 2020.
When students, staff, faculty and visitors enter campus buildings, there will be a posted level of alert at the entrance to inform of the precautions one must observe while on campus.
You can review the levels of alert here.
Archived message can be accessed here.
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