Info + Resources for faculty, staff + students
It takes all of us doing our part
To protect ourselves and our campus community:
- Conduct a daily self-assessment to identify COVID-19 symptoms.
- Masks are required in all campus buildings and outside when social distancing of 6 ft. is not possible.
- Maintain social distancing of 6 ft.
If you have symptoms or feel like you have been exposed to COVID-19, students should contact the Student Health Center at 620-341-5222, and faculty/staff should contact their primary care physician.
Fall 2020 Academic Calendar
Aug. 17 - First Day of Class | Nov. 20 - Last Day of In-Person Class | Nov. 23-27 - Thanksgiving Break
Nov. 30 - Dec. 4 - Remote Classes + Finals | Dec. 11 - Last Day of the Semester
Spring 2021 Academic Calendar
Jan. 25 - First Day of Class | March 5 - No Class | April 16 - No Class | Mary 3-7 Finals | May 14 - Last Day of the Semester
Repository of information and updates sent via email + video replay of campus forums.
Work Adjustment Information
Information for faculty and staff regarding COVID-19 work adjustment request regulations and procedures
Campus Information + Resources
Health + Safety Guidelines
Students, faculty and staff are expected to follow these personal health and safety guidelines. Stay well and help protect your Hornet Family.
Conduct a daily self-assessment before coming to campus or going to class. If you are experiencing one or more COVID-19 symptoms stay home and contact your healthcare provider.
Face mask Policy
Students, faculty, staff and visitors are required to wear a face mask while in campus buildings. They must also be worn outside where safe social distancing of 6 ft. is not possible.
Course Delivery + Class Schedule
Course delivery will be face-to-face, hybrid (blended f2f + online) or fully online/remote based on the safest way to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Classroom Safety Protocols
Guidelines for faculty, staff and students regarding instructional planning and classroom safety.
Modifications to delivery of service, hours of operation and other procedures have been made to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Residential Life will implement safety protocols including reduced occupancy, increased cleaning and social distancing measures.
The fall 2020 semester has been adjusted in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Events + Functions
University-sponsored events, gatherings and programming should be limited and follow health + safety guidelines.
Students, faculty and staff must evaluate all University-related travel for purpose, risk and value to ESU.
To mitigate the spread of COVID-19 through multiple-use technology and equipment, follow these guidelines.
Customizable COVID-19 Signage
Use these customizable signs for classrooms, common and office areas for specific departmental requirements.