Post University’s Main Campus Attendance Policy has been modified with a Spring 2022 addendum. The purpose of this addendum is to ensure students are attending class in a meaningful way that supports their learning. The italicized addendum below and the full Attendance Policy can be found in the University Catalog.
Spring semester 2022, Post University will offer classes to main campus students in two modalities, remote and in-person. Students must choose their learning modality by the end of the add/drop period. The following standards apply to the Spring 2022 semester Attendance Policy:
- Remote students’ faces must be fully visible on video for the duration of the class meeting in order for them to count as in attendance. An exemption process will be available at the start of the semester.
- In-person students will continue to use the Student Tracker on the Post Mobile App to document daily symptom checks and keep apprised of their COVID exposure status. In-person students with a red pass on their tracker are not permitted to attend class in person. Students with a red pass may attend class remotely for no longer than one calendar week without checking in with the Health Center. Students who must attend remotely longer than one week must provide their instructor with documentation. If documentation is not provided, each subsequent missed in-person class meeting is considered an unexcused absence.
Please note that instructors will make the Remote Student Video Exemption Form available on the first day of class. Also, the Health Center has the documentation that must be provided to instructors for in-person learners who have been approved to attend remotely longer than one week.