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Campus Arrival Protocols

Student Community Care Agreement & Health Survey

All students and seminarians will complete the COVID-19 Student Community Care Agreement  before their arrival to campus. The Mount takes very seriously the health and well-being of every member of its community – students, seminarians, faculty, staff and visitors. This initial step in the arrival protocol is intended to ensure that everyone’s initial arrival on campus is a welcoming and safe one while setting expectations and guidance for safe living and engagement on our campus for the foreseeable future.

Campus Arrival Protocol

Undergraduate Residential Students

All residential students will be engaged in Return to Campus Protocol as they initially arrive on campus that includes these steps:

  1. Residential students will report to campus between January 23 and 27, 2021. Residence Life will invite students to sign up for a staggered move-in time period.
  2. All students will be tested for COVID-19 once on campus. Details have been provided in a separate communication from Student Life.
  3. The move-in restrictions will be strictly enforced and managed for social distancing. Please report to the Powell parking lot once you arrive on campus. Immediately prior to your arrival complete the health survey for yourself and any other guests.
  4. Once on campus every residential student should be prepared to:
    1. Fill out a health survey if you or your guests did not complete it online.
    2. Have your temperatures checked.
    3. Once the above steps have been successfully completed, you will then receive keys for your student residence.
    4. Shelter in place until their COVID-19 test results are received. Learn more about what is and is not permitted when sheltering in place.

Undergraduate Commuter Students

All main campus commuter and off-campus undergraduate and graduate students (those not living on campus) must come to campus on January 28 and 29 between 8 and 11 a.m. and 3 and 6 p.m. to get COVID-19 testing. They will have already submitted the signed Student Community Care Agreement and verification of an influenza vaccine. Once the above steps have been successfully completed, you will be cleared to attend classes.

Seminarians

  • All Seminarians Return – Thursday, January 14 by 8 pm
  • All Seminarians undergo COVID-19 testing – Friday, January 15

Please follow all protocols as outlined in the Return to Campus Protocols for Seminarians document.