Fall 2022 COVID-19 CAMPUS-WIDE GUIDELINES

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STILLMAN COLLEGE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE FALL 2022

Stillman College COVID-19 Policies and procedures Fall 2022

Stillman College, in an effort to ensure the health and safety of students, faculty and staff, is following current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations regarding COVID-19 protocols for the Fall 2022 semester.

TESTING

  • COVID -19 testing is not a requirement for Stillman College access, and Stillman will not provide COVID-19 testing to students, faculty, or staff.
  • Persons experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should seek testing and treatment by their health care provider and follow current isolation/quarantine guidelines outlined by the CDC (www.cdc.gov).

VACCINATION

  • Full vaccination (2 vaccine doses) is not required but highly recommended for all persons accessing the Stillman College campus.

SAFETY

  • The wearing of masks is not required but highly recommended, especially in situations where social distancing is not an option. 
  • Safe hygiene measures (frequent hand washing) is recommended at all times.
  • Temperature checks will no longer be required to enter the Stillman College campus.

VACCINATION OPPORTUNITIES IN TUSCALOOSA AREA

Though COVID-19 vaccinations will not be offered on campus, vaccinations are readily available throughout the Tuscaloosa community at the following locations:

  • DCH Regional Medical Center
  • Tuscaloosa County Health Department
  • Publix
  • CVS
  • Walmart
  • Maude Whatley Health

 

For more information on locations for COVID-19 vaccination in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, please visit the city’s web site.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE POSITIVE FOR COVID-19

If you are a student, report your test results to Tomalisa Washington, director of Student Development (towashington@stillman.edu). Mrs. Washington will provide instructions regarding recommendations for isolation/quarantine and assist with meeting student needs. If faculty have a question about a student’s COVID-19 status, they should contact Mrs. Washington for verification/assistance.

If you are faculty or staff, report your results to LaKeya Goins-Thompson, director of Human Resources (Lgoins@stillman.edu or HR@stillman.edu).  Mrs. Goins-Thompson will provide instructions regarding recommendations for isolation/quarantine.

As a reminder, Stillman College recommends that all faculty, staff and students wear masks to promote their personal safety particularly when social distancing may be limited such as indoors, in classrooms, etc.

GOING FORWARD

PLEASE NOTE: We will continue to closely monitor national and local COVID-19 infection rates, hospitalizations and deaths and will adjust our guidelines and recommendations suggested by the CDC and Alabama Department of Public Health

Please be aware that Stillman College COVID-19 mitigation policies are subject to change rapidly to protect our vulnerable population in response to the status of the virus.

Communication regarding updates will be disseminated via the institutional website, campus newsletters, Stillman College Bulletins, digital signage across campus, and sanctioned social media platforms.

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