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Guidelines for Spring 2021 semester

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These guidelines are intended to inform our community of our actions as we prepare to resume face-to-face course delivery and restore certain in-person services for the Spring 2021 semester. The COVID-19 pandemic remains a public health concern, and AUM students, faculty, and staff each have an important role to play in safeguarding the health and well -being of the campus community

Other key components of the Spring 2021 semester plan include:

Guidelines for students and employees who exhibit COVID-19 symptoms or test positive for the virus.

Daily Health Check Assessment.

Modifications to indoor spaces, including additional hand sanitizer stations, new directional signage and reduced seating capacity to promote hygiene and social distancing.

An emphasis on virtual events for student organizations.

Pre-order and delivery options for campus dining.

Modifications made to the Spring 2021 Academic Calendar.

Information about Warhawk Health Services.

AUM Healthcheck, a COVID-19 assessment tool

Before returning to campus, all students, faculty and staff must complete AUM Healthcheck, a web-based COVID-19 assessment tool that evaluates existence of any current COVID-19-related symptoms, exposure history, and testing history. You may begin using Healthcheck now. As you return to campus or work, you are required to take the COVID-19 Safety and Awareness Course, as well update your symptoms, exposure history, and testing history through Healthcheck on a regular basis.

You are required to complete it daily and you can opt in to get a reminder.

If you have new COVID-19 symptoms or exposure, report it immediately to Warhawk Health Services and Human Resources if an employee.

How AUM Healthcheck Works

We are excited to welcome students back to campus for the Spring 2021 semester. 

Want to learn more about AUM Re-Opening and Healthcheck?

If you have any questions or concerns, please see more information below. 

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