Butler faculty and staff reconstruct the spring semester academic calendar to minimize the number of times students leave campus.
Butler students are able to see which courses are being offered online and in-person for the spring 2021 semester.
Butler is continuing to improve their contact tracing and testing that, in addition to students following the guidelines, will improve the chances of in-person instruction until Thanksgiving break.
Even though they are not meeting with students in person, Butler’s counselors want students to know that they are ready to work with them virtually
Butler’s Panhellenic Association and Interfraternity Council are working on a plan to move forward with the recruitment process while following all of the university’s COVID-19 safety measures.
The HRC is open for users with new safety protocols including a reservation system, mandatory masks and socially distanced equipment.
When a Butler student tests positive for COVID-19, they are asked to return to their primary residence. If they are unable to do so, they will be given a room in Ross Hall, a residence hall built in 1954.
After all fall study abroad programs were canceled, Butler students planning to go abroad in the spring are encouraged to stay positive as the faculty and staff work together to make a decision.
Butler’s class of 2024 experienced a unique move-in and orientation when they arrived on campus this August. Even though it was not the start to college they were expecting, first-year students tried to make the most out of the situation.