We are stronger together
Anderson University is planning on a successful academic year on campus with a singular focus on protecting the health, safety and well-being of our students, faculty, staff and our greater community.
The University became fully operational and fully staffed on Monday, July 6. In-person classes began on Wednesday, August 19. We're so excited—and hope you are too—that the start of the fall semester is here. (Check out the 2020-2021 revised academic calendar.)
The Journey Ahead represents the way we can love and care for ourselves and others by practicing personal responsibility and demonstrating servant leadership.
- Evans P. Whitaker, Ph.D.
President and Professor of Management
Anderson University truly is a family. And, as a family, we must work together while navigating the new reality forced upon us. We will get through this by being stronger together, trusting in God, and working as a community of faith and friendship.
Arriving on Campus
Anderson University is ready to welcome its students back to campus.
We're making every effort to keep the campus community healthy and safe in the Journey Ahead. Most Anderson University students will begin arriving on campus on Wednesday, August 12, with the first day of on-campus classes beginning Wednesday, August 19.
What you can do
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For the Journey Ahead, we’ll be unified by following the guidelines established to keep our campus healthy and stronger together.
Safeguards for You & Our Community
Thank you for your willingness to adhere to the safety guidelines.
Wear your mask properly at all times.
when you or someone in your household are sick.
Keep a minimum of 6 feet from others.
and disinfect surfaces regularly.
your hands often! At least 20 seconds.
your health daily. Take your temperature.
coughs and sneezes! Trash used tissues.
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.