August 13, 2020
With two weeks remaining until the first day of classes, Susquehanna University has announced a growing list of measures staff put in place to protect students’ safety and assure their academic success.
Susquehanna continues surveying the latest medical research, public health advice and best practices relating to the pandemic. As scientific knowledge about COVID-19 and its prevention evolves, so will Susquehanna’s course of action — with guidance from federal, state and local public health experts.
To date, Susquehanna has implemented extensive procedures and protocols in testing and tracing, space redesigns, health and hygiene, remote learning and staffing.
“We are looking forward to seeing all of our students, whether they’ve decided to be with us in person or remain a part of our community remotely,” said Susan Lantz, vice president for student life. “We have worked diligently all summer to put procedures in place to make this semester a success and we know that we all carry a sense of responsibility for everyone’s safety.”
Click here to view the expanding list of health and safety measures Susquehanna is implementing for the fall 2020 semester.