Maxie Gardner started her new position on Jan. 3 and shares her goals to help students.
Going more than six months without a director and losing multiple staff members, Health Services has struggled to serve students.
Health Services is the one place on Butler’s campus students can go to receive medical care and counseling. Over the past few years, students have noticed pitfalls in the care in which they receive from Health Services.
Lack of COVID-19 testing appointments mean treks off campus and worry for students experiencing COVID-like symptoms
Three Student Affairs staff members have left Butler in the span of less than six months. One staff member that resigned had only worked at Butler for a year and a half, others had worked at Butler for upwards of six years before resigning. The question remains: why?
As the new semester begins, there will be a new protocol with COVID-19 testing for students. Multimedia reporter Sierra Quimby has the story.
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.
The university’s COVID-19 testing, response to test results and overall communication with students has been dangerously haphazard, and the repercussions of their contemptible Health and Safety Plan are upending the emotional and physical wellbeing of Butler community members everywhere.
There are certain procedures that students will need to follow if they test positive for COVID-19.
Health Service Center hours are extended by an hour to allow for students with late class complete access to the facilities available.