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Welcome to the Fall 2020 Semester at Alverno College
Alverno College’s Toward a Safe and Engaging Fall 2020: Return to Campus Guidelines has been drafted by the members of the COVID-19 taskforce in consultation with the Administrative Council, members of the Incident Response Team (IRT), academic deans, faculty leaders, Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees, and the president. Additionally, the return to campus plan has been formally approved by the Milwaukee Department of Health.
Due to the changing conditions of COVID-19, the college has taken an adaptive approach to this plan, as it will with its implementation. The plan and its implementation will be reviewed regularly and updated based on current conditions, public health guidance at the local, state and national levels, and feedback from community members. Implementation of this plan will require cooperation among everyone. We are Alverno Strong!
Alverno community members should complete a health self-assessment each day before coming to campus.
The college is maintaining a COVID-19 dashboard. The dashboard will show self-reported positive COVID-19 cases, broken down in two categories: Alverno students and Alverno faculty and staff. For the purposes of reporting, Alverno faculty and staff will be shown in aggregate.
The dashboard will be updated every Monday and Thursday by 2 p.m. Data presented in the dashboard will be shown from Aug. 24, 2020.
If you are student and have tested positive for COVID-19, are experiencing symptoms or have been exposed to somebody who tested positive:
If you are employee and have tested positive for COVID-19, are experiencing symptoms or have been exposed to somebody who tested positive
As a campus community, we have shared responsibility in keeping our spaces clean and safe. Our enhanced housekeeping procedures:
Alverno’s undergraduate, graduate, adult and weekend courses will run straight through to Thanksgiving without a break. After Thanksgiving, all classes will resume remotely without any in-person course meetings. All final assessments will be conducted virtually, and there will be no return to campus for students for in-person instruction from Thanksgiving until the start of the spring 2021 semester in late January 2021.
Our goal is to be as flexible as possible to meet student needs, including providing remote access to learning, while still delivering the personalized experiences students have come to expect at Alverno. It is our commitment to provide students with the content, teaching and support they need to be successful, even if they are not able to attend in-person classes this fall.
The college has a limited number of laptops available for semester-long checkout for students. Please only request a laptop if you are in great need. Once you submit your request, you will receive an email within 48 business hours letting you know if your request has been approved.
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