The administration, faculty, and staff are carefully putting the final touches on our University plans for the fall 2020 semester. We have been working through campus protocols and procedures that embrace a safe and healthy process for attending classes, participating in curricular and co-curricular activities, eating in the dining facilities, and living in the community. Our preparations focus on maintaining a quality academic experience while practicing the highest level of healthy best practices.
This document lists the changes put in place to maintain the residential campus experience on HU's home campus.
Everything you need to know about HU's quarantine strategy for all three HU locations.
A simple chart that gives you step-by-step instructions on what to do if you are exposed to COVID-19, think you are exposed, test positive, etc. The University will take the appropriate measures if a student tests positive or an employee tests positive.
This document contains all the information international students need to be aware of whether you are living on campus or commuting.
This document outlines how our Christain faith informs every dimension of our response to the pandemic. It also is the catalyst for the Forester Family Pledge.
COVID-19 Task Force
The COVID-19 Task Force was appointed by President Emberton in March 2020. This team represents key areas of University function and expertise and meets, regularly, to discuss and review current medical information and pandemic strategy to prepare campus readiness. Members of this group include representatives from University health science programs, administration, communication officers, athletics, and other staff.
Risk Management Team
The University’s Risk Management Team is composed of staff and faculty who meet to discuss and propose policy around the health and safety of campus operations. The members are led by the Human Resources staff and joined by representatives of campus operations such as technology, maintenance, finance, housing and facilities.
Important Information for You
Since we left early in March 2020, campus leaders and faculty have been engaged in work groups to study and plan for a healthy return to a new academic year. Many of these groups include experts and colleagues outside of our campus to ensure that collaboration and community communication are strong.
We are committed to working closely with local, regional and state health officials to incorporate guidelines and safely protocols for a healthy and safe reopening. We continue to partner with our regional health providers to guarantee access for our students, faculty and staff who many require medical attention and testing.
Dr. Luke Fetters, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, shares some of the key details you need to know about the academic experience Foresters can expect this fall.
Lori Culler, Athletics Director, provides an update on what student athletes can hope to expect this fall.
As we gear to bring Foresters back to Huntington University at all three of our locations, we want to make sure your have access to as much information as we can provide.
Dr. Ron Coffey, vice president of student life, sets some expectations for students in fall 2020.