Spring 2021 at Jacksonville UniversityDetermined to Stay
Jacksonville University is excited to welcome students back to live, learn and grow on our campus for the Spring 2021 semester. In order to do that safely, every member of our campus community must continue to do their part. Though vaccinations against the virus are underway in the U.S., we expect it may take months before the vaccine is widely available to the general public. This means we must remain diligent in protecting our health and that of others this spring term.
This webpage is designed to help you understand your role in maintaining a healthy campus. This information is fluid and subject to change as we learn new information about COVID-19 and adjust to updated guidance. We will update this site and add new announcements as decisions are made.
Know the Symptoms of COVID
How to Stay on Campus
What You Need to Do
- Wear a face covering in all indoor spaces, except your own residential room, even if you have been vaccinated.
- Wash your hands frequently.
- Stay 6 feet away from anyone you do not share a living space with, even if you have been vaccinated.
- Check your health daily and stay home if you feel even a little bit sick.
- Meet virtually as much as possible. No large gatherings, and no parties.
- Avoid crowded places or places where social distancing is not being observed.
- If you have been exposed to COVID-19, or if you have chosen to get tested somewhere off campus, let us know.
- If you have been vaccinated for COVID-19, please let us know so that we can plan fall accordingly:
What We're Doing
- Spring semester starts Jan. 25 and ends May 7 for traditional undergraduate students.
- Graduate and professional studies students have updated academic calendars, as well.
- Face coverings are required in all indoor spaces and any time 6 feet of distance cannot be maintained.
- Facilities team is cleaning & disinfecting more frequently.
- Campus Safety and Security are conducting temperature checks and asking health screening questions before allowing visitors on campus.
- Many faculty and staff are on campus in staggered or adjusted schedules to minimize traffic on campus.
If You Feel Sick
- Stay home.
- Call your health provider.
- Students: Call the Student Health Center.
- Faculty and Staff: Call your healthcare provider.
- Report positive test results:
All students, faculty, and staff should perform daily self-checks and watch for COVID symptoms.
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Updates & Changes
The information on this site was last updated on Tuesday, April 13.