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Campus Plan

The administration, faculty, and staff have carefully planned and prepared for 2021 at Huntington University. 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 by adhering to the COVID-19 Operational Guidelines.

J-Term

Huntington, Indiana - Undergraduate

Semester begins: January 4, 2021
Semester ends: January 20, 2021
All J-Term classes for undergraduate home campus students will take place virtually

Huntington, Indiana - Graduate

Start and end dates vary: Contact graduate@huntington.edu for details

HU Arizona

Semester begins: January 4, 2021
Semester ends: January 20, 2021
All J-Term classes for undergraduate HU Arizona students will take place in person  

HU Fort Wayne

Semester begins: January 4, 2021
Semester ends: January 20, 2021
All J-Term classes for OTD HU Fort Wayne students will take place in person 

HU Online

Start and end dates vary: Contact online@huntington.edu for details

Spring Semester

Huntington, Indiana - Undergraduate

Prior to returning, all residential campus undergraduate students must review the Return to Campus document. 
Semester begins: January 25, 2021
Semester ends: April 30, 2021
Graduation: May 8, 2021
Classes will take place in person following CDC recommendations and physical distancing protocols

Huntington, Indiana - Graduate

Start and end dates vary: Contact graduate@huntington.edu for details

HU Arizona

Semester begins: January 25, 2021
Semester ends: April 30, 2021
Classes will take place in person following CDC recommendations and physical distancing protocols

HU Fort Wayne

Semester begins: January 25, 2021
Semester ends: April 30, 2021
Classes will take place in person following CDC recommendations and physical distancing protocols

HU Online

Start and end dates vary: Contact online@huntington.edu for details

Athletics

COVID-19 Spectator Protocol

The Huntington University Office of Athletics COVID-19 spectator protocol is intended to maximize the safety and well-being of all attendees, including student-athletes, officials, staff and spectators.

Given our desire to provide a safe environment in which our student-athletes can compete coupled with the challenges of social distancing, spectator attendance is currently being limited to parents or family members of student-athletes and HU students, faculty and staff.

Tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis at HUAthletics.com/Ticketing. While tickets will not be available at the door, attendees can secure an online ticket until 30 minutes into the start of a contest. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the posted game time.

In addition to presenting a ticket, all attendees will also be required to show ID to gain admittance to the contest.

Forester fans wanting to attend an away game should verify the fan attendance policy on that school’s website or the Crossroads League’s website prior to traveling.

All spectators will be screened for COVID symptoms and have their temperature taken upon entering the facility. Spectators who are experiencing any COVID symptoms or who have been exposed to someone who tested positive within the previous 14 days should not come to the game. All spectators will be required to wear a mask and follow social distancing protocols.

Check HUAthletics.com for the most up-to-date information.

International Students

This document contains all the information international students need to be aware of, whether you are living on campus or commuting 

Exposure Protocol

This simple chart 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.

Self-Monitoring Checklist

Monitor your symptoms daily using this simple checklist.