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Saints Strong Spring 2022

Staying Saints Strong


COVID-19 Updates

Masks

In light of the recent CDC guidance on masks and in consultation with the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District, OLLU has instituted some changes to campus mask requirements. At this time, the changes DO NOT apply to classrooms – masks are still required for students attending in-person classes.  

The following changes took effect on March 7:

▪ Masks are no longer required in common areas as long as social distance can be maintained. Common areas include hallways, the cafeteria, the library, lounge areas, residence halls, and the UWAC. Masks are not required in outdoor spaces.

▪ Faculty have the option of not wearing a mask in the classroom if they are able to maintain 6 feet of distance from students.

▪ Faculty and staff can request that masks be worn by individuals visiting their private office or workspace. Community members should be respectful of individual requests.

▪ Anyone who wishes to continue wearing a mask may do so.

Currently, the communities served by the university have seen a significant decline in cases; however, the university will continue to monitor and adjust as needed. 

Self-Reporting

Students, faculty and staff are required to submit a self-report when diagnosed with COVID-19 or after having close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual. Complete the self-report online .

COVID-19 Vaccinations and Testing

OLLU is not, at this time, making COVID-19 vaccinations a requirement for anyone. The university, however, strongly encourages all employees and students to receive the vaccination and voluntarily share your vaccine status with the university by using our online system for uploading your vaccine record .

Cleaning and Disinfecting

OLLU campuses will continue the widespread use of hand sanitizing stations, increased disinfecting of high-traffic, high-touch areas as well as the use of plexiglass guards in some key student services areas.


Academics

OLLU has returned to face-to-face classes.

Courses listed as “lecture” in the course schedule are face-to-face classes and are meeting in person according to their scheduled class days, times and locations. Courses listed as “hybrid” or “hyflex” may have a face-to-face component. Students in these courses should consult with their professor about when classes will meet in person.



Student Services and Administrative Offices

All student services and administrative offices are open.

Faculty and staff may request that masks be worn by individuals visiting their private office or workspace. Community members should be respectful of individual requests.

 



On-Campus Housing

The following residence halls are available this semester: Ayers, Centennial, Flores, Lakeview and Pacelli.

COVID restrictions set in place for our residence halls have continued for the spring 2022 semester. Our spacious triple occupancy rooms will remain double occupancy rooms and our double rooms will remain single occupancy spaces. No more than two residents will share a restroom. For the upcoming fall 2022 semester, plans are in place to return to pre-pandemic occupancy levels and more shared space.

The university continues to make space available on campus for residential students needing to isolate should they contract the virus.

Residential students are highly encouraged to get vaccinated.

 



Campus Life

In-person events are taking place on campus.



Mission and Ministry

The Office of Mission and Ministry is holding face-to-face events and Masses are being held during the week and Sunday in Sacred Heart Chapel.



Athletics and Recreation

Intercollegiate competition is scheduled to continue with mitigation protocols in place.

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