COVID-19 Resources

Latest updates

The College regularly emails updates to the Nazareth community.

May 6 Forward Flyers »

  • You can do this! Advice/motivation and so many study break opportunities.
  • J&J vaccination available Monday and Tuesday, 2-4 p.m.
  • Reminders:
    • Mask protocol changed last week
    • Monday is the deadline for Class of 2021 students to respond regarding Commencement (attending or not, and guest registration).

April 29 Forward Flyers »

  • Updated mask protocols on campus
  • Vaccination update
  • Spring fun, midnight breakfast, and more
  • Student survey
  • Pronoun masks from Atlas Center
  • Summer 2021 on-campus students
  • Dining update
  • Class of 2021: Registered for Commencement?
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2

April 22 Forward Flyers »

  • Take time for yourself
  • Student vaccination
  • Class of 2021: Starting Friday, register for Commencement
  • Vaccinated? Uploaded? Winner drawn Friday.
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2

April 15 Forward Flyers »

  • Quick survey: Student supports and services
  • Student vaccination update
  • COVID-19 trends
  • International traveler protocol change
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2
  • Q: Online screening and kiosk scan if we're vaccinated?

April 13 to students, families, faculty and staff »

  • Vaccine clinics scheduled for today and tomorrow at Nazareth are postponed until further notice

April 8 Forward Flyers »

  • Student vaccination on campus

April 5 Forward Flyers »

  • Performing arts audiences
  • Ages 16 and older now eligible for vaccine in New York state
  • Athletics spectator recap
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2

April 1 Forward Flyers »

  • New sports spectator policy starts Friday, April 2
  • Vaccine appointments open to all New Yorkers age 16 and older April 6
  • Masks and social distancing continue currently on campus, even if vaccinated
  • Wellness Wednesdays support self-care
  • State protocols are different for colleges than for "schools" (preK-grade 12)
  • State quarantine for domestic travelers lifts today
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2

March 25 Forward Flyers »

  • Outdoor fun options
  • Outdoor dining tent starts April 1
  • You're surrounded by support
  • Free bus use
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2

March 18 Forward Flyers »

  • One-question survey
  • If you are vaccinated or getting vaccinated
  • Watch your inbox for any surveillance testing emails
  • Traveler protocol changes
  • Looking to recharge?
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2

March 11 Forward Flyers »

  • Looking forward to more events — larger in-person public event sizes
  • Outdoor fun
  • Fall academic planning
  • Watch your inbox for any surveillance testing emails
  • Vaccination eligibility expands
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2
  • Qs: Athletics spectators? Red badge by mistake?

March 4 Forward Flyers »

  • How's it going? We're listening (short survey)
  • How to keep your immune system strong
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2
  • Confidence, bravery, humanity, and curiosity are among the 6-word story themes
  • Qs of the week: have a friend/family visit? Dining options for food allergies and other specific diets?

February 25 Forward Flyers »

  • Recharging your body's batteries
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2
  • COVID cases webpage includes 2-week rolling total
  • Surveillance testing continues
  • Empathy, unity, and appreciation are among the themes in 6-word stories.
  • Qs of the week

February 18 Forward Flyers »

  • Top 15 nationally for pandemic/societal crises response
  • Survey re. COVID rapid testing clinic on campus
  • Reducing COVID risk
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2
  • Surveillance testing continues
  • 6-word stories include determination, patience, similarities, uniqueness, and connection
  • Q of the week: 2 masks?

February 11 Forward Flyers »

  • Message from President Paul
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2
  • Next phase of surveillance testing
  • Know the facts about reducing COVID risk
  • 6-word stories include openness, greatness, gratitude, and passion
  • Q of the week

February 4 Forward Flyers »

  • Welcome back! So much happening!
  • Surveillance testing
  • COVID campus alert level remains at 2
  • Just 6 words — hopes for how we will emerge in 2021

January 28 Forward Flyers »

  • Protocols from the fall semester continue, including masks, distancing, one-way doorways/hallways, cleaning, and disinfection. Masks are available at multiple locations on campus.
  • Each day you're on campus: Daily screening online, then kiosk check-in. Expect random badge checks to reinforce this daily responsibility. 
  • Reminder: Two COVID tests are required for every student who will be on campus for any reason during spring 2021.
  • In addition, expect surveillance testing of a random selection of our campus community.
  • Campus alert level: 2. See explanation of levels.
  • Dining on campus reminders.
  • Extra student services available this Sunday.
  • Students share pandemic insights
  • Q of the week

January 21 Forward Flyers »

  • Before-coming-to-campus test: All students who will be on campus for any reason in spring 2021 are required to have a COVID-19 test on/after January 14 and to upload the results documentation to the student health portal.
  • Arrival test: In addition, all students, faculty, and staff who will be on campus for any reason in spring 2021 are required to have an arrival test on campus. See the dates and details.
  • Students shared pandemic insights
  • Q of the week

January 14 Forward Flyers »

  • Nazareth remains committed to an in-person spring semester starting Feb. 1
  • All students: Schedule your pre-semester COVID-19 test now.
  • Spring semester student teachers and students in patient-facing clinical roles are among those now prioritized by New York state for COVID-19 vaccination, as vaccine is available.
  • Nazareth has applied to be a COVID-19 vaccination center to serve the area community.
  • New student events have been added to our winter break calendar.
  • Outdoor fun on campus is expected to include snow spikeball, igloo building, and more. Snowshoes, skis, and fire pits are available.
  • Nazareth students describe new perspectives and motivation from the pandemic.
  • Qs of the week, quiz question, and resources — including move-in

January 7 Forward Flyers »

  • New pre-semester COVID-19 testing timeline
  • Available before February 1: student workshops/activities, Golisano Training Center, live group exercise online, Makerspace, library.
  • Nazareth students embraced the question about how they can support others and their own self-growth
  • Qs of the week and resources

January 5 email »

  • The spring semester shifts to start February 1.
  • Residence halls open at 10 a.m. Saturday, January 30.
  • COVID-19 testing is required along with health and safety protocols.
  • The MLK Day virtual celebration continues as planned.
  • January has a robust schedule of student workshops and activities.
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