This is a temporary measure, but one we know is necessary to protect the health and safety of everyone in the College community and in the communities that surround us.

We have always valued welcoming people to campus with open arms, and we look forward to the day when we can return to sharing our beautiful home with friends, family, and neighbors. In the meantime, we deeply appreciate your understanding and thank you for your patience during this period of pandemic.

Frequently Asked Questions

Unfortunately, we don’t know yet. We plan to keep these restrictions in place until state, local, and federal guidance says that reopening our campus will not compromise the health and safety of the Stonehill community.

We have placed gates at the main entrances to campus, as well as signage on all walkways, and will be stopping both pedestrians and vehicles to ensure that they have a valid reason to be on campus.

Yes, unfortunately we are also restricting alumni access to campus.

The College has developed a system for prospective students so that they can tour campus. You can visit our Office of Admission’s page for more information.

No, we are asking that people refrain from running, walking, and biking on campus to protect their health and safety and the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff.

We recognize that parents may want to visit their students on campus and will be able to do so through the guest registration process, though they will not be allowed to enter residence halls.

Though our guidelines are subject to change, at the moment we are not making any further exceptions to the restrictions to campus for casual visits.

As a faith-based institution, we believe it is critical that those who come for Sunday Mass or to pray at the Grotto are able to continue to do so. 

When arriving for those activities, just let the attendant know at the Gatehouse.