Spring 2021 Plan and Information
COVID-19 Updates and Information

Spring 2021

Frostburg State University opened its spring semester on Monday, Jan. 25, similar to the fall 2020 term. Classes are presented on campus in a blended (mix of online/in-person) format, designed to limit the time and density in classrooms. As the semester progresses, the COVID steering committee will continue its constant monitoring of COVID indicators and the additional planned testing events to guide our actions and the university’s status.


Latest Updates from the University

May 12: Weekly Update
As the spring semester ends, President Nowaczyk updates the campus community about several topics related to summer work structures and plans for returning to campus this fall. However, if conditions change, decisions may be adjusted based on health guidelines and the science as we continue to emerge from this pandemic.

May 5: Weekly Update
Continue making smart, healthy decisions. Abide by our social compact, follow health guidelines, and use the Check-in Portal daily until you leave campus. Remain vigilant during these final days as the virus is still in our community.


 


Do your part

The safety of our community depends on simple day-to-day actions to reduce transmission. Our safe return to campus relies on everyone doing their part.

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Wear a Mask

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Wash Your Hands

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Sanitize Surfaces

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Monitor Symptoms