This page serves as a clearinghouse for information on evolving COVID-19 response guidance for the SFU community. Please direct any questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SFU Safe Return Information
Governor Tom Wolf placed Cambria County into the “Green Phase” of the statewide reopening plan beginning Friday, June 5, 2020? which allows Saint Francis University to begin reopening following CDC guidelines. Read the press release.
Tours and Visits
Health Science Programs (upperclass/graduate students)
Additional Summer Academics
Fall 2020 Semester (earlier start and end dates)
On June 3, PDE issued Preliminary Guidance for Resuming In-Person Instruction at Postsecondary Education Institutions and Adult Education Programs
We've been hard at work setting up safety considerations to ease into "normal" face-to-face interactions beginning this summer. Sure things will look different. Daily wellness checks will be a thing. Plus you will see plenty of modifications in the classrooms, dining areas, and residence halls.
Guidelines for Students In-Person?
Some decisions regarding campus protocols may come closer to the beginning of the semester as we must remain flexible and prepared to adjust to the changing trajectory of the virus and government mandates. ?Updates will be provided on this page as well as through emails and RAVE alerts.
During the phased reopening employees will report for a daily wellness check-in at Stokes before reporting to work.?Yellow Phase reporting check-in instructions
We all need to play a part in making sure COVID-19 stays away from campus. The cleaning staff? are using Quat-Stat 5, a chemical that disinfects surfaces from COVID-19 in daily cleaning. Each department will receive their own Quat-Stat 5 spray bottle to keep campus extra clean.? ? ??
How to use Quat-Stat 5
myhealth@school (Student Health):?As an accredited health care facility, our Student Health Center has staff who are trained in current infectious disease control procedures, and protocols are in place if someone were to present with symptoms requiring testing, isolation, or care. myhealth@school has been planning for weeks to ensure they have ample medical supplies and staffing to be prepared to care for our student community. Call (814) 472-3008 immediately if you have?symptoms or have been in contact with a confirmed case. We have established protocol to work with the Department of Health, and they will handle all suspected cases and determine the testing needs.??
More information about the coronavirus as well as guidance on prevention and travel can be found at the following resources:
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