The purpose of this message is to provide an update on University preparations and
announcements related to COVID-19 (冠状病毒) and the impact on Fayette Campus.
Fayette Campus Session 4 Face-to-Face Courses: These have been delayed by one week with the new start date of March 23, 2020, with
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learning. A decision to make the official determination to online learning will be
To reiterate, the current plan is to continue face-to-face instruction during Session
4 at Fayette Campus, beginning on March 23 and ending on May 7, 2020.
If you are enrolled in online courses, you will continue to begin your online course
on the original start date of March 16, 2020.
Housing and Food Services:
Housing: Will remain open beginning March 15. Out of an abundance of caution, Fayette students who are able, are asked to please
stay away from Fayette Campus for an additional week. In some cases we understand
to notify Student Life that you are on campus or to make arrangements to return to
campus: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., (563) 425-5215; 8:00 p.m. - 3:00 a.m., (563) 425-5372.
Food services will also be available; however, Aramark will be proactively taking
precautionary steps in the Servery and Café to protect their staff and customers.
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of all spring sports through March 31 and take additional measures. More information
will be sent to student-athletes regarding details of how this will impact the spring
出国留学： At this point, UIU will be suspending all international travel until further notice.
Additional communication will occur with those who may be affected by this suspension
in regards to upcoming planned travel.
正规网赌网站： We are reviewing internal and external events scheduled for the upcoming months.
At this point, the decision has been made to cancel the Honors and Awards Banquet
scheduled for April 4 at Fayette Campus. A decision has not been made regarding our
2020 Commencement. A comprehensive list of external and internal events is currently
being reviewed and announcements will be forthcoming.
Cleaning and Preparation: We have been in regular contact with Iowa Department of Public Health officials over
the last two weeks. We have mobilized a planning group that will guide implementation
of non-pharmaceutical interventions (such as cleaning protocols) on campus and develop
contingency plans to manage University operations in the event of an outbreak in our
As a reminder, please follow good public health practices to minimize the spread of
due to COVID-19 if you practice the previously described hygiene etiquette.
the following symptoms of acute respiratory illness (e.g., fever, trouble breathing,
consistent coughing) should refrain from going to class and limit their contact with
others until they are free of fever (100.4° F or greater using an oral thermometer),
signs of a fever, and any other symptoms for at least 24 hours, without the use of
fever-reducing or other symptom-altering medicines (e.g., cough suppressants). Any
student experiencing symptoms of this nature is encouraged to call appropriate medical
care to avoid unnecessarily exposing others.
The intent of these measures is to keep our university community healthy and safe.
Thank you for your patience during this rapidly changing situation.