December 21, 2021
While you are enjoying a well-deserved holiday break, we are writing to let you know about important University plans for spring 2022 semester.
Based on the current COVID-19 trends and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, Post University will require all students to submit a negative COVID-19 test before they return to campus in January 2022, and get a COVID-19 booster vaccination as soon as they are eligible.
- This PCR test should be administered within 72-hours before you move into your residence hall beginning January 16, 2022, or before attending your first class the week of January 17- 21, 2022. You can upload a copy of your test results via the Post Mobile App. Use the tile named “Upload Your Covid Test Results” in the App.
- If you are a Main Campus MBA student who begins classes on January 10, please upload your test results 72-hours before your first class via the Post Mobile App.
- Post University requires booster vaccines for all students, who are eligible to receive them, as part of our vaccine policy for students who attend our Main Campus. If you have received your booster vaccine, please email your updated vaccination card to [email protected]. If you have not had your booster, please consult with your physician to determine the timeline for your particular situation.
- Indoor face-coverings – Masks will be required in all classrooms and campus buildings, except Leever Dining Hall while eating or in your residence hall room. I understand this is a change from the fall semester, however we know that it’s protective against COVID-19 and can also reduce cases of the flu.
- To continue to keep the community safe, COVID-19 testing will be in place throughout the semester.
We continue to closely monitor in the latest increases in positive cases. Should we feel the need to transition to remote learning for the spring semester, we will communicate this news in advance.
On behalf of the Post University community, we remain appreciative of your efforts to keep the campus safe, and we are confident that the protocols outlined above will be followed as you return to campus.
Thank you for your continued cooperation. Happy Holidays and best wishes for a healthy and joyous New Year.
Scott Allen, Senior Vice President
Erica Peryga, Dean of Students