In collaboration with the Indiana Department of Health, Butler has been selected to host a two-dose vaccine distribution site on campus for Indiana and out-of-state students, as well as international students. The Pfizer vaccine will be distributed to students between April 7–9 and May 4–6.
While cases on Butler’s campus have remained relatively low throughout the fall semester, there have been some situations where not only students, but professors have contracted the disease. These cases extend as far back as the spring of 2020.
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.
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.
“No ‘Go Dawgs’ is going to keep anyone safe. No ‘Go Dawgs’ is going to protect our students, faculty and staff.”