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covid response team thank you

  • click here to read a special message from dr. alan stewart '69, a member of wittenberg's covid response team.

community messages

  • on nov. 18, ohio gov. mike dewine issued a statement that announced a statewide curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. daily for 21 days, starting nov. 19. read message here.
  • on nov. 11, ohio gov. mike dewine issued a statement that offered new guidelines for enforcement of existing state-wide mask mandates. emails the following day from wittenberg's covid response team and the chamber of greater springfield reinforced the governor's message. read messages here.
  • on oct. 29, president michael frandsen sent a message to campus with an update about clark county's status in ohio's color coding covid system. read message here.
  • on oct. 27, president michael frandsen provided details about the developing pandemic situation and response in clark county. read message here.
  • on oct. 16, provost michelle mattson announced plans for spring semester. read message here.
  • on oct. 16, wittenberg updated its local off-campus travel policy. read message here.
  • on oct. 16, the north coast athletic conference president’s council announced the decision to cancel conference play, including championships, for the winter season. read message here.
  • on oct. 1, vice president for student development and dean of students casey gill sent a message to students outlining student guest and travel expectations. read message here.
  • on sept. 21, president michael frandsen reminds campus in a special video that we're in this together (witt), as well as the importance of following our established health and safety measures. watch video.
  • on sept. 18, covid response team co-chair and vice president for student development casey gill sent a message to students about following established mitigation protocols and policies. read message.
  • on sept. 16, president frandsen announced that wittenberg would return to in-person classes on monday, sept. 21, as previously planned. read update here.
  • on sept. 6, wittenberg announced a temporary move to remote learning beginning tomorrow, sept. 7, with in-person learning scheduled to resume sept. 21. to read full communication from covid response team, click here.
  • on sept. 3, the covid response team announced two policy changes related to visitors in residence halls and in off-campus travel, and reiterated the importance of maintaining all health and safety protocols. read update here.
  • on august 26, the covid response team reiterated following health protocols and announced the new covid dashboard, covid assistance team (cat), and methods for reporting concerns. read update here.
  • on august 13, the covid response team distributed a message to campus titled update on face coverings.
  • on july 24, university president michael frandsen distributed a message to campus that outlined the process and procedures designed to ensure a successful return to campus operations and in-person course delivery.

president frandsen appears on conference call with ohio governor mike dewine

  • on september 10, president michael frandsen participated in ohio governor mike dewine's weekly press conference to discuss wittenberg's covid response. watch video.

student digests

since the beginning of july, students and parents have been receiving weekly updates as the campus prepares to welcome students back to in-person learning on august 17. view all student digests below.

employee digests

faculty and staff at the university are also receiving e-communications in order to maintain the health and safety of the entire community amid the covid-19 pandemic.

course delivery

a letter to students from the office of provost was sent on july 16 regarding expectations related to course delivery this fall. view letter here.

pandemic archives

since mid-march, wittenberg has actively kept its community informed about actions taken to sustain health and safety at the university. prior communications, cdc guidance, and decisions made from march-may can be accessed here.

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