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We are stronger together

​​​​​​​Congratulations, Anderson University family, for successfully completing the 2020-2021 academic year!   

After consultation with the COVID-19 Task Force’s medical group, and in light of new CDC guidelines, wearing a mask and/or face covering is no longer mandatory on the Anderson University campus. Given the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic and the improvements being experienced nationwide, further changes to guidelines prior to the Fall 2021 semester are being considered. 

The Anderson University COVID-19 Task Force strongly encourages that our faculty, staff and students, in consultation with their health care provider, receive one of the available and FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccines. (Information about vaccination is available by clicking here. To secure a vaccination appointment in South Carolina, click here.) 

Anderson University remains committed to protecting the health, safety and well-being of our students, faculty, staff and the greater community. Because of the uncertain nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, policies are subject to change. Please continue to check this site regularly.

(UPDATED: 5/24/2021)

 

 

Safeguards for You & Our Community


Thank you for your willingness to adhere to the safety guidelines.

 

MASKS!

Wear your mask properly at all times.

 

STAY HOME!

when you or someone in your household are sick.

 

DISTANCE!

Keep a minimum of 6 feet from others.

 

CLEAN!

and disinfect surfaces regularly.

 

WASH!

your hands often! At least 20 seconds.

 

MONITOR!

your health daily. Take your temperature.

 

COVER!

coughs and sneezes! Trash used tissues.

 

KNOW!

how COVID-19 spreads. Avoid being exposed.

 

 

The Journey Ahead is just getting started.
 

The Journey Ahead, Anderson University’s “stronger together” approach to reopening campus, is being developed by the COVID-19 Task Force and its working groups. Its protocols are based on the recommendation of public health experts and rely heavily on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC). 

Additional protocols are currently being developed, and this site is updated regularly. Please visit often for the latest information and guidelines, which are subject to change.