COVID-19 RESPONSE

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Current COVID Protocols

Posted: April 19, 2022

COVID-19 remains a public health concern and Gannon University continues to track is presence on our campus and in our adjacent communities.

Given all the changes in national and state protocols in recent weeks, we thought we give you an at-a-glance reminder of our protocols:

As always, for any questions or concerns, visit: https://www.gannon.edu/Questions-or-Comments/

April 12: A guide to Gannon's Easter break hours and operations schedule

There will be no classes April 14-19 in observation of the Easter holiday. Residence halls and dining will re-open and employees will return to work on April 19. Classes will resume April 20. 

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March 15: Surveillance testing program suspended, effective immediately

COVID-19 case counts at Gannon University’s Erie and Ruskin campuses and in the communities surrounding them have plummeted in recent weeks. Given this shift and the success of our other efforts to protect our Gannon community from COVID-19, the university is suspending its surveillance testing program of unvaccinated faculty, staff, and students. This is effective immediately for both campuses.

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REVISED (1/10/22): A Guide to our Next Semester

The university announced last week that it is delaying the start of in-person classes at our Erie and Ruskin campuses to Tuesday, Jan. 18. Any previously scheduled online courses will begin as planned on Monday, Jan. 10. The university has also shifted formal move-in to our residence halls by a week.

This announcement has resulted in some changes to our operations and schedule. We would like to provide this updated guide from what was previously shared in December to keep you informed of our newest framework for the upcoming spring semester.

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Spring 2022 Academic Schedule

Courses with start dates different from the regular semester start dates may have different dates than those listed above.