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Updated March 12, 2020

How is the university responding to COVID-19?

Beginning the week of March 16, all in-person, face-to-face classes will be suspended. Whenever possible, classes will be delivered online for the remainder of the spring semester. Accommodations associated with social distancing will be implemented in these courses.

Can students still utilize campus resources?

Students will still have access to university resources including the Rebecca Crown Library, computer labs, science and sim labs, tutoring, and other essential learning resources.

Can students live in the Residence Halls?

Students who live in residence halls should prepare not to return for the week of March 16-20. The university will work to accommodate students with exceptional circumstances.

Students may contact Residence Life (link sends email) for additional information regarding access to housing. 

Click here for more information regarding Residence/Student Life. 

What about international travel? 

Dominican University has suspended all university sponsored international travel and other domestic travel that was deemed high risk.

Click here for more information regarding Study Abroad. 

Are students being asked to self-quarantine? 

Students have been directed to the CDC website and encouraged to reach out to their health care  providers or Dominican's  Wellness  Center for over-the-phone screening. Should students feel symptoms related to the Coronavirus, we have asked that they take the initiative to reach out to providers for access to testing. Students are not required to self-quarantine if they are not experiencing any symptoms,  unless directed to by the CDC or returning home from a  Level 3 location. 

Is the shuttle still running?

The university shuttle is discontinued until further notice.