Butler offered a free vaccine clinic to students and the larger Indianapolis community on Sept. 14.
Governor Holcomb announced that all Indiana residents over the age of 16 will be eligible starting March 31. Additionally, state capacity and social event restrictions will now be determined by local officials, and the statewide mask mandate will become an advisory.
“The most knowledgeable professionals are saying it’s safe and they’re people too. They’re not looking for demise, they want to have a cure, just like the rest of us,” Cottingim said. “If they say it’s like, healthy and not dangerous, I’ll believe them.”
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.
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Each summer, students find emails in their inbox about the Butler-purchased insurance plan. Enrollment into the plan is automatic, and all but about 350 to 400 students choose to opt out of the plan before the August deadline rolls around. However, for many otherwise uninsured students and international students, waiving the insurance plan is not an option.
Butler University students will have new meal plan options for the upcoming 2019-20 school year. Students not living in a residence hall on campus will have the option to purchase a voluntary meal plan.