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Getting Ready for Fall 2020

Stevenson University is pursuing a Fall 2020 Campus reopening and developing plans in accordance with a Phase 2 lifting of stay-at-home restrictions as outlined by the State of Maryland.

As we prepare for fall, our aim will be to enhance the safety of everyone on campus—students, faculty, and staff—while we deliver the educational experience and personalized student support that are Stevenson's mission. We are consulting with national and regional higher education organizations, as well as government authorities and public health experts, to identify key initiatives to support a safe and healthy campus reopening.

Our Keep Stevenson Safe communications and this web page will help you prepare for the return to campus life with helpful information about these initiatives and what we will all need to do to maintain a healthy and safe campus environment.

Do it for you, do it for others! Let's Keep Stevenson Safe for all members of our campus community.

Show your commitment to the health and safety practices that help protect our community!

Sign our Stevenson Social Compact Virtual Wall

Join the “Keeping Stevenson Safe” (KSS) Ambassadors

Staying Safe⁠—for Yourself and Others

Staying Safe⁠—for Yourself and Others

What can you do now to prepare? Understand how COVID-19 is spread and make preventive health and hygiene practices a routine habit in your daily life. It is important that we are all diligent in these new practices for our own health and for the health of others in our community.

The virus that causes COVID-19 is thought to spread mainly from person to person, primarily through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended the following practices to prevent the spread of the virus. These measures will be required as part of the Phase 2 reopening of our state and Stevenson.

  • The proper use of face coverings in all public indoor and outdoor locations
  • Social distancing of at least 6 feet
  • Frequent and thorough handwashing
  • Covering coughs and sneezes
  • Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces
  • Not touching your face, nose, mouth, and ears
  • Limiting personal travel to essential locations and businesses only

We recommend the CDC’s Prevent Getting Sick web page for helpful tips, information, and practices that should become part of daily life.

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