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COVID-19/Coronavirus Information for the Mount Community

COVID-19 Information



MSMU Health Screen

All students, faculty, staff and visitors are required to complete the MSMU Health Screen daily before arriving at any MSMU campus or clinical site, entering an MSMU shuttle or leaving their on-campus residence. The MSMU Health Screen can be accessed in English and Spanish using the link below.

Access MSMU Health Screen

COVID-19/Coronavirus Updates

We have established this community updates page for students, parents, alums, and visitors to our campuses. On this page, you will be able to access current plans and updates on the status of the campus as well as resources related to COVID-19 from local and federal experts. The health of our entire community remains a priority. 

Recent updates include:

  • We will begin the semester with two weeks (January 10 – 23) of remote instruction. It is our intention that classes originally scheduled as in-person or hybrid will resume those modalities on January 24. Please note that the DPT program begins on January 3, 2022 as scheduled.
  • Some in-person clinical skills courses and off-campus clinical rotations will be held during this period for the DPT and nursing programs. Students and faculty will receive a separate email from their program directors with specifics related to these programs.
  • Residence Halls are open and ready to welcome back students as planned. Students do NOT need to change their travel or move-in plans. We welcome and encourage students to return to on-campus housing as planned. Residential students will receive an email from the Office of Residence Life and Housing Services with details, including re-entry testing requirements.
  • Campuses remain open and available for access key support services or study, including dining, bookstore, transportation/shuttles, library, chapel, computer labs, and fitness and wellness programs.
  • Staff, faculty, and student workers may work mostly remote from January 4 to 23 to minimize density on campus and thus the potential risk of spread following the holiday break. Divisional Vice Presidents/Provost will work with those in their areas on specific plans.
  • In addition to submitting proof of full vaccination, all faculty, staff and students must provide proof that they have received a COVID-19 vaccination booster by January 24 (or within one month of eligibility if not eligible by January 24), unless you have a medical or religious exemption. Upload your vaccination information via myMSMU

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