July 7, 2020
The University System of Georgia (USG) has updated guidance on age, underlying medical conditions and use of face coverings for its 26 institutions. Please see their update below:
Statement from the USG
Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its guidance for managing COVID-19 related issues. Among the changes are to definitions for people who will need extra precaution due to age and underlying medical conditions. In response to those changes from the CDC, the USG is providing updated guidance on the wearing of face coverings and for who is eligible to seek alternate work arrangements.
The CDC no longer gives a minimum age for those at risk. The USG will continue to use 65 as its measure for evaluating requests for alternate work arrangements. Individuals who are younger than 65 can provide documentation from a health care provider that their age is a determining factor for risk that should prevent them from working on campus as scheduled.
People of Any Age with Underlying Medical Conditions
People with the following underlying medical conditions and/or risk factors may request alternate work arrangements under the previously developed process:
- Chronic kidney disease
- COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
- Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) from solid organ transplant from blood or bone marrow transplant, immune deficiencies, HIV, use of corticosteroids, or use of other immune weakening medicines
- Obesity (body mass index [BMI] of 30 or higher)
- Serious heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies
- Sickle cell disease
- Type 2 diabetes mellitus
- Asthma (moderate-to-severe)
- Cerebrovascular disease (affects blood vessels and blood supply to the brain)
- Cystic fibrosis
- Hypertension or high blood pressure
- Neurologic conditions, such as dementia
- Liver disease
- Pulmonary fibrosis (having damaged or scarred lung tissues)
- Thalassemia (a type of blood disorder)
- Type 1 diabetes mellitus
Use of Face Coverings
Effective July 15, 2020, USG institutions will require all faculty, staff, students and visitors to wear an appropriate face covering while inside campus facilities/buildings where six feet social distancing may not always be possible. Face covering use will be in addition to and is not a substitute for social distancing.
Face coverings are not required in one’s own dorm room or suite, when alone in an enclosed office or study room or in campus outdoor settings where social distancing requirements are met.
Anyone not using a face covering when required will be asked to wear one or must leave the area. Repeated refusal to comply with the requirement may result in discipline through the applicable conduct code for faculty, staff or students.
Reasonable accommodations may be made for those who are unable to wear a face covering for documented health reasons.
Savannah State University
June 24, 2020
I look forward to welcoming you back to campus for the fall semester, which begins Aug. 17, 2020. We are making necessary adjustments and finalizing plans to help keep you safe as you return during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We will share more details in the coming weeks; in the meantime, we encourage all students, faculty and staff to continue following these measures:
- Practice social distancing; greet each other without hugs, handshakes, fist bumps, etc.
- When social distancing – at least six feet apart – is not possible, please wear a face mask or other facial covering for protection
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, toss it in the trash and wash your hands immediately
- If you are not feeling well, stay home except to seek medical care
Staff in the offices of Admissions, Financial Aid, Registrar, Bursar, Auxiliary Services and Housing are available by phone and email to assist you; appointments are required for in–person visits to make sure we can maintain proper social distancing.
Thank you so much for your cooperation during these uncertain and challenging times. Stay tuned for more information.
Stay safe, Tigers!
Savannah State University
June 4, 2020
Savannah State University Campus Reentry
Dear Tiger Family:
I hope you and your families are well despite the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you for continuing to support Savannah State University (SSU) and our students during these difficult and unprecedented times.
Now that Georgia’s shelter-in-place order has expired, select businesses have been allowed to reopen and state agencies may resume more normal operations with the directive to practice health and safety protocols to continue to control the spread of COVID-19. SSU, along with other University System of Georgia institutions, is preparing for employees who have worked remotely to return to campus and resume regular operating hours.
I would like to publicly thank our Public Safety, Facilities and Mail Services employees for caring for and ensuring the well-being of our university by continuing your regular hours during this time. Because you have not worked away from campus, the dates mentioned in this plan do not apply to your departments.
A cross-campus working group has developed a phased campus reentry process with a focus on ensuring appropriate physical distancing, cleaning and sanitizing of workspaces, and availability of personal protective equipment for on-campus employees. Administrators and supervisors will share more details of the plan, which includes provisions for staggered work schedules, reconfigured workstations, remote work, and other accommodations to limit density on campus and maximize safety.
Phase One Reentry – June 8
As the institution returns to a sense of normalcy, each of the following offices will be open Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., beginning Monday, June 8, 2020, with supervisors reporting to campus. Other employees will report on June 10, 2020. During the time employees are not in the office, they are expected to continue to work remotely. All full-time employees are expected to complete a 40-hour workweek. Students and prospective students will have access to these offices, by appointment only, during these times.
- Office of Admissions
- Office of Financial Aid
- Office of the Registrar
- Cashier’s Office
- Advising Center
- Dean’s Offices (CLASS, COBA, COE, COST)
- Office of Information Technology
- Office of Athletics
- Student Affairs Division
- Auxiliary Services
- Accounts Payable
Phase Two – June 22
The following offices will return to normal business hours on Monday, June 22, 2020.
- Office of the President
- Provost Office
- Academic Departmental Offices
- Library Services
- Business and Fiscal Affairs Offices (Budget, Accounting)
- University Advancement
- University Communications
- Title III
- Legal Affairs
- Internal Audit
- Human Resources
All employees reporting to campus during the summer should enter campus through the LaRoche entrance.
Community Standards for Health and Safety
We are ramping up our community standards to promote a safe and healthy environment to teach, learn, work and live. In alignment with federal, state, and local guidance, please remember to social distance, wash your hands often, use hand sanitizer, maintain clean spaces, and wear appropriate face coverings/masks, among other best practices. Campus buildings will have signage with these important reminders.
Employees returning to campus should conduct self-health checks, including this self-assessment prior to reporting to campus. Any employee having any of the symptoms should not report to work, but should contact a healthcare provider and submit information regarding his/her status to email@example.com
Monitoring Employees for COVID-19
The university reserves the right to conduct monitoring of employees for COVID-19 and encourages employees to self-monitor.
Temperature Checks – Employees will be asked to engage in regular temperature checks and answer a series of screening questions while on campus. Temperatures will be checked regularly upon entry to the campus.
Normal temperature should not exceed 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit without the aid of fever-reducing medications. If an employee shows a temperature above 100.4, the employee will be sent home and should contact his/her healthcare provider.
In order to return to work, an employee should provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result or should be without a fever above 100.4 for a period of 72 hours without the aid of fever-reducing medications and have no additional symptoms.
Self-monitoring and reporting will help to ensure the health and safety of the entire university community.
Enhanced Cleaning and Disinfection
As employees return to campus, routine cleaning and sanitizing will be performed continuously throughout the day with special focus on high-touch areas like doorknobs, water fountains, handrails, and elevator buttons. Employees also will have access to cleaning supplies and masks/face coverings.
Social Distancing Parameters
Social distancing is an important factor in resuming normal operations. This summer, the university will reconfigure buildings, classrooms, and meeting room spaces to allow for appropriate social distancing. Our goal is to ensure the safest possible environment for our campus community.
In addition to instructional spaces, dining services, research labs, and recreational spaces also will be evaluated and reconfigured to integrate social distancing measures to protect students, faculty, and staff when we return to campus fall semester.
Alternate Work Arrangements - Employees at Higher Risk for Severe Illness
Employees who are in a category of being at higher risk for severe illness due to COVID-19 and have concerns about returning to the workplace should contact their supervisors and human resources at firstname.lastname@example.org to request alternate work arrangements. Individuals who fall into one of the following GDPH and CDC categories for higher risk for severe illness with COVID-19 may request alternate work arrangements:
- 65 years and older
- All ages with underlying medical conditions, particularly if not well controlled, including:
- Chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma
- Serious heart conditions
- Many conditions can cause a person to be immunocompromised, including cancer treatment, smoking, bone marrow or organ transplantation, immune deficiencies, poorly controlled HIV or AIDS, and prolonged use of corticosteroids and other immune weakening medications
- Severe obesity (body mass index [BMI] of 40 or higher)
- Chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis
- Liver disease
Additional information about high-risk categories can be found here.
I will continue to keep you informed regarding our plans. Please also continue to monitor SSU’s COVID-19 website for information. Guidance from the CDC and the GDPH continues to evolve and we know we must remain flexible. Hopefully, we can use the calmer days of summer to prepare our beautiful campus for a socially distancing fall semester as we resume teaching, learning, and serving our students together.
I look forward to seeing you on campus soon.
Savannah State University
April 7, 2020
Savannah State University professors use 3D printing to produce PPE equipment for the COVID-19 pandemic
SAVANNAH – Savannah State University (SSU) professors Nicholas Silberg and Theo Plothe, Ph.D., are using 3D printing technology to help create masks for first responders and frontline healthcare workers in the coronavirus (COVID-19) battle.
Silberg, professor and chair of the Department of Fine Arts, Humanities and Wellness, and Plothe, an assistant professor in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications, are using a free 3D printing file from a Georgia dentist, who began the Fired by Corona movement, to make as many as eight masks per day.
“Each mask takes about four hours to print, though multiple masks can be printed at the same time on the two 3D printers we have in our MakerSpace,” said Silberg.
The completed masks will be delivered to a local dentist where they will be disinfected, sealed and fitted with filters to prepare for use in the field. Though not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration nor the National Institute of Occupational Health & Safety, the 3D-printed masks can serve as a backup and provide much-needed protection for healthcare workers until the shortage of N95 masks is resolved.
Plothe said the SSU MakerSpace is totally devoted to this cause and has ceased all other projects to focus on its 3D printing efforts for the Fired by Corona movement.
“The SSU MakerSpace is effective and always busy,” said Plothe. “Unfortunately, we don’t have enough machines to print at scale as we’d like.”
If you have a 3D printer and would like to volunteer to produce masks, contact Plothe at email@example.com, 912-358-3362, or Silberg at firstname.lastname@example.org, 912-358-3335.
April 2, 2020
Savannah State University Continues Online Instruction for May and Summer Semesters
Savannah State University (SSU) and all University System of Georgia (USG) institutions will continue to deliver instruction remotely during May and summer semesters, with only limited exceptions.
While half of SSU’s summer courses are typically offered online, we are transitioning to offer all of our courses online to current and prospective Savannah State University students. “Our dedicated faculty have worked quickly to transition their courses to this format,” said Reginald Leseane, Ph.D., interim provost and vice president for Academic Affairs. “Not only that, but they have embraced providing the best online experience for our students to keep them engaged in their studies.”
SSU and the other USG institutions are tentatively planning to return to normal on-campus operations for the fall semester should guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Georgia Department of Public Health allow it.
In the interim, all institutions have been asked to continue their current telework and flexible work strategies for faculty and staff. USG institutions overall have remained open, with only minimal staff physically on-site to ensure continuity of certain services.
We continue to prioritize the safety of our students, faculty and staff as we do our part to help stem the spread of the coronavirus in Georgia, and fulfill our mission to graduate our students in these challenging times.
April 1, 2020
Graduate program applicants for the summer and fall 2020 semesters will be considered for admission without GRE or GMAT test scores. Savannah State University made this decision following the suspension of most spring in-person GRE ® and GMAT™ testing by ETS and the Graduate Management Admission Council.
For more information, call the Office of Graduate Studies at 912-358-3393 or email email@example.com.
March 30, 2020
Savannah State Applicants for Summer and Fall No Longer Need ACT or SAT Scores
First-year students applying to Savannah State University for the summer and fall 2020 semesters can be admitted without an ACT or SAT score. The decision comes following approval by the University System of Georgia, and the decision of the College Board and ACT, to suspend all spring SAT and ACT testing dates in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prospective students must meet all other admission requirements, including satisfactory completion of the Required High School Curriculum and provide all other requested documentation. Students who have SAT/ACT scores may still submit them.
March 30, 2020
Greetings Faculty and Staff:
Thank you all for your continued support for our students and each other during this most difficult time. I appreciate and applaud your dedication to Savannah State University (SSU). With that in mind, I want to remind you of the following steps in order to reduce the further spread of COVID-19:
- Watch for the symptoms of COVID-19
- If you’re feeling sick, stay home
- If you, or someone in your family, have come in contact with someone with COVID-19, or have contracted the virus, email firstname.lastname@example.org to notify SSU
- Learn when to make decisions, or seek medical care – Coronavirus Virus Self-Checker
- Continue to practice social distancing
- Go to Centers for Disease Control for guidance and learn how to protect yourself from COVID-19
Stay strong and stay safe, Tiger Family!
March 25, 2020
Student Refund Plan – Please forward to your parents/guardians
First, thank you to each of you for your patience during this uncertain time in our lives. These last couple of weeks have been filled with quick adjustments we could not have conceived only a few months ago.
Many of you have asked about refunds, and as a member institution of the University System of Georgia (USG), we have worked closely with the system office to review the services we will be able to deliver and what services we will need to end. The USG has approved Savannah State University’s (SSU) Student Refund Plan for the Spring 2020 Semester as follows:
· Housing – Refunded at 45% of the specific housing charge. Amount will vary depending on your selected housing unit.
· Dining Plans – Refunded at 45% of the specific meal plan purchased. Amount will vary based on your selected meal plan.
· Laundry – Refunded at 45% of the original charge.
· Post Office Box – Refunded at 45% of the original charge.
· Transportation – Refunded at 45% of the original charge.
We did not include specific dollar amounts in this email because each refund amount is unique. We anticipate to have all refunds issued during the week of April 6 – 10, 2020.
Consistent with the USG guidance, SSU will not provide refunds for tuition, the Special Institutional Fee, the Technology Fee or other fees not previously mentioned as these remain critical in supporting continuity of instruction and associated support. Technology is obviously playing a critical role as we transition to remote instructional delivery. The technology fee will support successful delivery of instructional content in the weeks ahead.
We understand you may have questions about this process, and we invite you to submit those to Student Financial Services and we will respond as quickly as possible.
Though you are away from the campus, the Division of Student Affairs is committed to helping you stay connected and engaged during this stressful time. Activities for clubs and organizations will be online. Please continue to check your email for more information. The Counseling Center services are available as well by calling 912-358-3129.
Once again, thank you for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented and challenging time. We are strengthened by witnessing your undaunted determination to
continue learning, and to make this the best educational experience possible. Our faculty and staff are working alongside you in this effort.
Stay safe, Tigers. Go Orange, Go Blue!
March 19, 2020
Greetings Savannah State University students, faculty and staff:
I hope you are doing everything you can to stay safe as we respond to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
As we manage this ever-changing situation, our primary goal is to protect students, faculty, and staff. One of the most important preventative measures is to avoid having people in large groups as advised by the Georgia Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As a result of the guidance of federal and state agencies, here are key decisions you need to know:
Cancellation of Events
- The University System of Georgia (USG) has asked that all institutions, including Savannah State University, cancel all public events.
- We value your experience as members of our Tiger Family and have been working closely with the USG to make the decisions with your health and safety in mind. Savannah State, along with our other 25 sister institutions, is taking the same steps to do our part to help stop the spread the COVID1-19 pandemic.
- Our planned commencement exercises on May 8 and 9 have been postponed. Students will still be able to receive their degrees, consistent with academic standards, but the actual spring ceremony will be postponed.
- We are beginning discussions now on what options we might still have to celebrate our graduates’ accomplishments with a commencement ceremony in December 2020.
I am sure Spring 2020 is not the experience you expected, or wanted to have. It is not the experience I wanted you to have either. I’m sorry for the stress, uncertainty, and disappointment you may be feeling. You may be asking why we, when we have no known incidents of COVID-19 on our campus or in our area, have to change our lives. We are under a statewide declaration of a public health emergency. We must follow the guidance of federal and state agencies for your health and protection.
The situation is fluid. There are still questions about what the next few weeks and even months may look like. We want to help ease some of your concerns. It is important that you check your SSU email for the latest information.
First, there are a lot of things we don’t know at the moment. Circumstances are changing rapidly, and there are some things we just don’t have definitive answers to right now. We ask that you please be patient with us. We will share information with you through your SSU email as it becomes available.
- Are students getting refunds for housing and meal plans? Students required to move out of residence halls and/or students that no longer have access to dining services will receive a pro-rata refund for these services for the remainder of their semester.
- Don’t forget…classes are suspended until March 30. All face-to-face SSU class instruction has been suspended until March 30. eCore classes are meeting as scheduled.
- On March 30, we will move all SSU face-to-face courses online for the rest of the semester. Our faculty are working hard to move current in-person courses online using the D2L platform. This will be different, and it will be important that you keep in close contact with your professors if you have questions or are experiencing difficulties. Faculty are preparing to help you make this switch as smoothly as possible.
- Where can I find more info? The best source of information is through your Savannah State email, https://savstate.view.usg.edu/d2l/login. Be sure you are checking it daily. We also have a website set up where we have been posting campus updates at www.savannahstate.edu.
We are grateful for your patience and support as we continue to work together through this transition. Feel free to reach out to me if there is anything we can do to help.
Stay safe, Tigers!
Savannah State University
March 17, 2020
Greetings Savannah State University Alumni:
Savannah State University (SSU) cares about the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and alumni. We are providing you with an update regarding the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)) global health crisis including information we received from the University System of Georgia, steps Savannah State University is taking and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
We have been provided notice that all University System of Georgia institutions, including Savannah State University, will be moving to online instruction effective, Monday, March 30, 2020, for the remainder of the semester. SSU will continue office hours while employees telework or use flex schedules. Faculty and staff will spend the next two weeks developing or refining their area business continuity plans, including transferring all courses to an online format.
SSU Athletics has cancelled all games for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year and suspended practices until further notice. This action was taken following guidance provided by the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
2020 Annual Scholarship Gala
Given the recent developments around COVID-19, we are postponing the gala scheduled April 4. Once a new date has been determined, it will be announced. We look forward to your participation and appreciate your support for our students.
- Practice Social Distancing
While we are accustomed to hugging and shaking hands, we urge you to practice social distancing. Put simply, the idea is to maintain a substantial distance between you and other people — in this case, at least six feet. That also means minimizing contact with people.
- Stay Informed
The coronavirus situation unfolds daily. The university’s emergency response team will continue to monitor the situation and promptly share relevant updates on www.savannahstate.edu. We also recommend that you monitor the CDC website, www.coronavirus.gov, as it provides the most current official information.
Stay safe, Tigers!
Savannah State University
March 16, 2020
Greetings, Savannah State Campus Community:
As you are aware, effective today, Monday, March 16 through Sunday, March 29, 2020, all University System of Georgia (USG) institutions, including Savannah State University, will temporarily suspend instruction for two weeks. This two-week period will allow time for USG institutions to test their business continuity plans and online instruction modules, and for state officials to continue to assess the current situation regarding the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Georgia.
On March 12, 2020, Governor Brian Kemp’s office issued a memo regarding State Workforce Readiness for COVID-19 advising state agencies to reduce the number of employees on-site at any one time. The memo provides guidance for the agencies to take immediate action to implement telework options for staff who can telework without interruption to their duties. For those employees who are not able to telework, the guidance advises agencies to increase work schedule flexibility.
We are asking employees to work with their dean or director to determine next steps related to their work schedules (telework or flexible work schedule) no later than end of today, Monday, March 16 based on the following guidance. Deans and directors will then provide a written plan to their respective vice presidents.
· Telework – Telework options should be allowed for employees who can conduct their job duties remotely without interruption.
· Flexible Schedule – Supervisors should implement schedules that will reduce the number of employees in the workplace to the minimal level required at any given time to sustain service, safety, and compliance.
Telework and work schedule flexibility should continue through Saturday, March 28. This is a fluid situation and updates will be provided, as needed. Please note, Savannah State University is not closed during this two-week period, and telework and flexible schedule policies will apply. Supervisors may waive the requirement to complete a telework agreement during this period, and the direct manager may approve the arrangement via email or alternative form.
In addition, below is guidance related to scheduled meetings and travel during this time:
· Virtual Meetings/Gatherings – Transition required in-person meetings to an electronic format or reschedule for a later date, beyond March 29.
· Suspend non-essential travel
o Employees should explore all options to obtain refunds or credits for cancelled or rescheduled conferences and business meetings. Employees will be reimbursed for expenses that cannot be refunded due to COVID-19 assuming the travel was properly authorized consistent with travel regulations.
o Presidential approval is required for any travel during this time.
I would like to reiterate the University remains open for business. Faculty and staff will spend the next two weeks developing or refining their area business continuity plans, including transferring all courses to an online format. Faculty with specialized and/or animal labs should continue to attend to these facilities during this time.
We will remain in contact with you for updates as they become available.
Savannah State University
March 13, 2020
Message to Savannah State Students:
Late yesterday afternoon, the University System of Georgia announced its decision to temporarily suspend instruction for two weeks at its 26 institutions, including Savannah State University, due to the recent developments around the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Why Weren’t Students Given More Notice
- We notified all students as soon as we learned the USG’s decision. While the notice to vacate residence halls was sudden and may be an inconvenience, it’s the right decision and speaks to the importance of protecting your health and safety from COVID-19.
Available Support for Students
- Students are Rising (STAR) program participants, who are designated as homeless or housing insecure and are receiving assistance – contact Jacqueline Awe, director of Student Development at email@example.com or call 912-358-3114.
- Other students who are in need of assistance, contact Bonita Bradley, assistant vice president and dean of Student Affairs firstname.lastname@example.org or 912-358-3118. We are working with community partners to assist you.
I’m fully aware this is an inconvenience given the immediacy. However, COVID-19 has proven to be extremely deadly and to prevent the spread of the disease to you and our campus community, it’s important to take this action quickly. My highest priority for you, in addition to your education, is your health and safety.
Please be safe.
Savannah State University
March 12, 2020
Greetings Faculty and Staff:
Effective Monday, March 16 through Sunday, March 29, 2020, all University System of Georgia institutions, including Savannah State University, will temporarily suspend instruction for two weeks to allow time for USG institutions to test their business continuity plans and online instruction modules and for state officials to continue to assess the current situation regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) in Georgia.
Faculty and staff will spend the next two weeks developing or refining their area business continuity plans, including transferring all courses to an online format. Faculty with specialized and/or animal labs should continue to attend to these facilities during this time.
We will remain in contact with you for updates as they become available. Thank you.
March 11, 2020
As you prepare to leave campus for Spring Break, please take precautions to stay healthy and safe, whether your plans include international or domestic travel, or even if you plan to stay in the Savannah area. Savannah State University is carefully monitoring developments of the coronavirus disease COVID-19 situation. University officials will continue to use information, guidance, and recommendations from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Georgia Department of Health that can best inform our decisions and shape the university’s response.
To date, there have been no cases of COVID-19 reported at Savannah State University. Although cases have been reported in Georgia, the risk remains low. We depend on updates and recommendations from the CDC and the U.S. Department of State and encourage you to be vigilant in protecting yourself and others.
During Spring Break:
- We encourage you to check your Savannah State University email account and www.savannahstate.edu for university-specific updates. We also recommend that you monitor the CDC website, www.coronavirus.gov , as it provides the most current official information.
Register Your Travel:
- We encourage you to voluntarily complete the Electronic Travel Registry, so that the university can gather accurate and detailed information about your travel and assist you with your return to campus. If You Experience Symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough or shortness of breath):
- Call ahead before visiting your doctor
- Tell the doctor that you think you may have COVID-19. This will help the healthcare provider’s office take steps to keep other people from getting exposed or infected.
- Read the COVID-19 fact sheet to learn more at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/sick-with-2019-nCoV-fact-sheet.pdf
- For additional information about symptoms, go to https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/symptoms.html
Before Returning to Campus:
- The health and safety of our students, faculty and staff are our highest priority. Please contact the Harris-McDew Health Center at 912-358-4122 prior to returning to the university.
How to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19:
- The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus.
- CDC recommends everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19. Learn more about prevention and treatment at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/prevention-treatment.html.
COVID-19 is spreading in the U.S. and in other countries. Please follow CDC guidelines and recommendations. We encourage you to get updated travel information at https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel.