Message to Online Graduate Students Regarding Spring 2021
February 3, 2021—This is an updated message for students enrolled in online programs.
The health and safety protocols that are being put into place for the Spring 2021 semester are intended to protect those students who will come to campus during the semester – to study, use campus facilities; engage in college activities (e.g., athletics), or work. Because of your enrolled program, it is likely that you will be exempt from these protocols because you will not be coming to campus.
Please complete the Health Services Attestation form to confirm your status. You do not have to complete the earlier mentioned Fully Virtual Form. If you have completed and submitted the Fully Virtual Form, we thank you for your cooperation and responsiveness, but now we ask that you complete the Health Services Attestation form.
If you are a student who will come to campus to use campus facilities, work on campus, or engage in college activities, please do not complete the Health Services form. You will be expected to meet the general student requirements for arrival and surveillance testing.
If you are a full-time Marist employee, please do not complete the Health Services form. Your status is governed by Human Resources’ protocols.
Marist Office of Academic Affairs