Campbell University will begin the spring semester via remote learning. The online/virtual classes will begin on the first scheduled day of classes for all undergraduate, graduate and professional programs and run through Jan. 19. The first day of in-person instruction is scheduled for Jan. 20.
Remote Work Policy
As COVID cases continue to rise nationwide, Campbell University has decided that it is in the best interest of our campus community to take additional steps to help mitigate the spread of the virus and ensure the safety of our students, faculty, and staff. Beginning today, department heads may once again temporarily implement flexible schedules and remote work to reduce the number of faculty and staff working on campus. This temporary implementation is granted based on the expectation that departments and schools will continue to ensure that both teaching and administrative functions are met. Department heads will be given the flexibility to decide how best to implement these temporary scheduling changes and will be responsible for the continued business continuity of their department. There will not be a formal request process as previously implemented in March 2020. The university will send further communication once these measures are no longer necessary. For those employees who are working on campus, please refer to the current CDC guidelines which are detailed on the university’s COVID-19 Updates webpage.
Self-Report Quarantine or Positive COVID Test
Students, faculty, and staff must inform Campbell University if they have been told to quarantine because of exposure to a confirmed positive case, symptoms, or if they have tested positive for COVID-19 to notify the University and their faculty or immediate supervisor of their absence from campus.
Effective Friday, Feb. 25 at 5 p.m., the Campbell University face covering policy will change from “required” to “masks recommended, but no longer required” in indoor spaces across the University (of course, masks are highly recommended for those who are not vaccinated). This includes all University facilities such as residence halls, dining facilities, classrooms, library, athletic venues and related.
Although face coverings are not required in indoor or outdoor spaces, the Campbell Health & Safety Committee believes masks remain an effective method to reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Thus, the committee encourages members of the University community to continue to wear masks in public settings.
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