Faculty and students respond to vaccine exemption policies, the attitudes towards vaccines on campus
As another fall during the COVID-19 pandemic approaches, it is crucial that the Butler community tries to stop the spread. Pandemic fatigue may prolong it.
Class changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic have caused students to adapt to new curriculum and a lack of available courses.
Ultimately, no one can predict what the next couple months may hold, especially with the current rising cases across Indiana. However, Rockwood emphasized that as winter nears, there are a few key steps students should take to maximize their health and the health of those on campus.
There are several sites throughout Indianapolis where Butler students can get tested before Thanksgiving break.
Right now, the scariest part of the spooky season is continuing to avoid contracting COVID-19. The options are slim, so what exactly can students do this year?
Halfway through the semester, Butler keeps COVID-19 cases under control and makes way for a limited number of in-person events to take place under strict guidelines.
One month into the Fall semester, parents reflect on Butler’s COVID-19 response and their students’ experience with the current safety policies.
Based on recent COVID-19 data and information, academic instruction will continue in person, with dance majors returning to studios sooner than expected.
The university will utilize a mix of symptomatic and asymptomatic testing to track cases on campus. The testing, among other factors, will inform future decisions related to staying on campus.