July 20: Gannon University has received its allocation of American Recovery Plan (ARP) funds
The University received $3.7 million from the federal government and is forwarding this support directly to students via direct deposit or check. The payments are expected to begin the week of Aug. 2. For eligible students to receive these funds via direct deposit, please ensure you are signed up for direct deposit by Sunday, July 25.
July 15: A Guide to our Upcoming Academic Year
As we roll through summer, the university is busy adjusting our COVID-19 mitigation protocols and completing plans to return to an in-person academic year. We, like many of you, are looking forward to a more normal Gannon experience and are pleased to be coming back to be in community together on our Erie and Ruskin campuses. We hope these updates provide you guidance on what to expect upon your return this fall so that we may all enjoy our time together while remaining as healthy and safe as possible as the pandemic continues.
July 8: On-Boarding Update for Fall Move-In
We are eager to welcome you back to campus in the fall and we understand many of you are eager to begin making plans for Move-In and Welcome Week. To aid in your planning, we would like to share a broad update regarding move-in for students who plan to live in Gannon-owned housing in the fall. A more detailed update with specific instructions will be shared prior to housing assignments that will be issued later this month.
June 24: No more masks, and other important changes
Masks are no longer required to be worn on Gannon University property on our Erie and Ruskin campuses effective immediately. This is yet another step toward a more normal experience on campus, and it follows the lifting of social distancing and on-campus gathering restrictions in late May.
June 21: Reporting Vaccination Status
We hope you are enjoying your summer vacation. We are busy at Gannon planning for your return this fall. As we do, we are aligning our university guidelines with Pennsylvania and Florida Departments of Health and CDC guidance, including guidance relative to vaccinated individuals.
May 21: You'll need a mask indoors, but most everything else has changed
Gannon University is adjusting its COVID-19 protocols and planning for face-to-face instruction at both of its campuses in summer and fall.