May 3: COVID-19 Safety Reminders
Administrators share a few helpful reminders as our region experiences an uptick in reported positive cases.
Dear Stonehill Community,
We write to share a few helpful reminders about COVID-19 safety protocols as our region and on-campus community experience an uptick in reported positive cases.
Though masks are no longer required in campus buildings, you are welcome to continue masking indoors as you see fit. Faculty and staff may request the use of masking for classroom settings or meetings, and we kindly ask that everyone be accommodating of these requests.
Additionally, Stonehill’s Testing Center remains open through the end of the spring 2022 semester for voluntary testing. We encourage you to get tested if you experience any COVID-19 symptoms. The center’s hours of operation are available online. Those who test positive for COVID-19 or are identified as a close contact must also continue wearing a mask in accordance with our isolation and quarantine protocols.
At this time, all College events will proceed as scheduled and we don’t anticipate adding additional safety protocols. Our COVID-19 response team continues monitoring trends in COVID-19 positivity and provides recommendations on any protocol changes as needed. If changes are required, they will be shared as soon as possible.
As tomorrow is the last day of classes, we also want to thank all of you for your efforts to keep our campus safe, healthy, and mission-fulfilling this semester and always.
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Pauline M. Dobrowski
Vice President for Student Affairs