Plans for a healthy and safe spring restart

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Plans for a healthy and safe spring restart

Update: March 9, 2022

Remaining healthy heading into the spring semester and beyond

Rowan University’s priority will continue to be the health and safety of our community and neighbors. As the status of the pandemic and federal and state recommendations continue to change, we appreciate everyone’s patience and support as we develop policies during this very fluid situation. Please review the following site for guidelines in place as of today.

Mask Protocols
As of March 7, indoor masking will be optional on all campuses except in the following cases:

  • In health care clinical settings (wearing a mask is required);
  • On public transportation, including the Rowan Shuttle;
  • When you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19;
  • When you are instructed to wear a mask by a healthcare provider;
  • If you feel ill with upper respiratory symptoms or you are COVID-positive, and isolate.

The masking change is for everyone, regardless of vaccination status. Unvaccinated individuals still must undergo weekly COVID-19 testing.

It’s important for all of us to remember that some people may feel uncomfortable being around unmasked individuals. Additionally, many vaccinated individuals may choose to wear a mask for their own safety or for the safety of their loved ones. Please be respectful of everyone’s choices.

In instances such as one-on-one meetings, either party may request that a mask be worn. If that is not acceptable to either person, an alternative arrangement should be scheduled.

Use these links for helpful information:

Student Guide for Returning to Rowan

As students return to campus this spring, we must continue to follow protocols to keep our community safe and healthy.

Employee Guide for Returning to Work

The goal of this guidance is to prepare for the return of staff, while anticipating updates based on changing circumstances, health information and resources.

Screening, Testing & Contact Tracing

Because COVID-19 threatens all in our community to some degree, everyone benefits as we work together to reduce risks of exposure.

 

Enhanced Cleaning Protocols

In an effort to provide a clean and disinfected learning environment, Rowan’s custodial team has implemented additional cleaning processes to assist in minimizing exposure to viruses and bacteria.

Rowan University Travel

Based on CDC and State Department guidelines, we share travel information for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff.

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

The health and safety of the Rowan community is our top priority as we begin the spring 2022 semester. Please utilize the frequently asked questions, which address a host of topics.

Confirmed Positive Cases of COVID-19 at Rowan

This chart shows confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the Rowan community — students and employees, whether they study/reside/work on one of our campuses or are remote.

Vaccination Rates

Review student and employee vaccination rates.

University Updates

Review messages about policy changes, masking, cleaning protocols and more sent to Rowan University students and employees.