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Reporting COVID-19 Code of Conduct Violations

We want to remind all members of the campus community that the College has a zero-tolerance policy for those who do not comply with our guidelines. If you see any Marist community member violating our COVID-19-related Code of Conduct, please call (845) 575-MASK.

Marist is welcoming students back to campus this fall for both an academic and residential experience. Since our transition to online learning and remote work in March 2020, College leadership has worked diligently with faculty, staff, students, and alumni to develop comprehensive plans which not only prioritize the safety of our community members but also preserve key elements of what makes the Marist experience special.

Our reopening plan has been informed by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), New York State (NYS) and local governments, as well as advice from the College’s own medical and health experts.

The following principles have guided our efforts:

  • We will fulfill our mission and meet the Marist College standard of excellence.
  • The health and safety of the Marist College community is paramount.
  • We will respond with innovation and flexibility in the face of complexity.

In accordance with New York State’s New York Forward strategy, Marist submitted its Phase 2 (office) and Phase 4 (higher education), Phase 4 (gym) and Higher Education Athletics Operations for Basketball safety plans to New York State and/or Dutchess County.

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Marist is welcoming students back to campus this fall for both an academic and residential experience. Since our transition to online learning and remote work in March 2020, College leadership has worked diligently with faculty, staff, students, and alumni to develop comprehensive plans which not only prioritize the safety of our community members but also preserve key elements of what makes the Marist experience special.

Our reopening plan has been informed by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), New York State (NYS) and local governments, as well as advice from the College’s own medical and health experts.

The following principles have guided our efforts:

  • We will fulfill our mission and meet the Marist College standard of excellence.
  • The health and safety of the Marist College community is paramount.
  • We will respond with innovation and flexibility in the face of complexity.

In accordance with New York State’s New York Forward strategy, Marist submitted its Phase 2 (office) and Phase 4 (higher education), Phase 4 (gym) and Higher Education Athletics Operations for Basketball safety plans to New York State and/or Dutchess County.

Six steps for keeping our community a safe place to live and learn.

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Contact Us

Can't find the information you're looking for? Call our Reopening Hotline at (845) 575-4100, email us at Reopening@Marist.edu, or contact the appropriate office.

Reporting COVID-19 Code of Conduct Violations

We want to remind all members of the campus community that the College has a zero-tolerance policy for those who do not comply with our guidelines. If you see any Marist community member violating our COVID-19-related Code of Conduct, please call (845) 575-MASK.