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STRONGER 2020-2021 Academic Year Ferrum College's plan for a healthy academic year. TOGETHER

Welcome to Stronger Together, a group of online resource pages that will help Ferrum College students and their families, faculty, and staff navigate fall 2020 due to the special circumstances caused by COVID-19. Here, you’ll find information about face coverings on campus,  campus cleaning standardsarriving on campus, keeping campus healthy, key contacts, move-in informationonline check-invisiting campus, and much more!

Visit our COVID-19 Dashboard page for information about positive case reports and trends.

Life on campus will be different than it has been in the past, and each of us will need to do our part in making sure we stay safe and healthy to have the best experience possible.

REQUIREMENTS Before Arriving on Campus

***ALL Students MUST Monitor Health For 14 Days***

Prior to arrival to campus, all students and their helpers must go through a COVID-19 screening process and will be required to monitor and log their temperature for a minimum of 14 days using the LiveSafe app. Learn how to get the LiveSafe App here.

To ensure everyone’s safety, office walk-ins are not permitted. Meetings with Registrar, Student Accounts, and Financial Aid staff will be by appointment only.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Arriving on Campus

What to know about arriving on campus.

Face Coverings

When and where face coverings are required.

Keeping Campus Healthy

Keep yourself and others safe and healthy.

Key Contacts

Who to contact with questions or for help.

COVID-19 Dashboard

Information, resources, and statistics.

HOW TO STAY HEALTHY & STRONGER TOGETHER

MAINTAIN PHYSICAL DISTANCING!
(a minimum of 6 feet)

STAY HOME
when you or someone in your household are sick.

WEAR YOUR MASK PROPERLY
when you cannot maintain distancing.

CLEAN
and disinfect surfaces regularly.

WASH
your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds.

COUGH or SNEEZE
into a tissue, sleeve, or elbow, not your hands.