In an email today, Columbia College released new guidance for COVID-19 protocols, most notably the end of mandatory classroom masking starting October 1.
All of your questions about choosing and procuring the most protective mask possible answered.
Starting next semester, Barnard will require all eligible students, faculty, and staff to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster. Additionally, beginning tomorrow, all Barnard dining halls will move to grab-and-go service entirely.
The announcement came amid a new policy for ReopenCU daily symptom attestations. Barnard and GS students will continue to be required to have a host sign them into Columbia residence halls.
Comparing testing policies for vaccinated students here and elsewhere, and some questions for Columbia.
The new policy, which takes effect tomorrow evening, rolls back some restrictions implemented on September 17 and puts Columbia’s and Barnard’s guest policies in close alignment.
Columbia’s COVID-19 Resource Guide now provides data on non-compliance with and exemption from the University’s vaccine mandate.
Students who choose not to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and have not received an official medical or religious exemption face stringent restrictions to their campus access.
Barnard College announced its campus pandemic safety protocols in an email yesterday, in anticipation of the Fall 2021 semester.
Columbia announced that all students must submit their vaccine documentation no later than August 2, in preparation for the fall semester, according to an email sent earlier this morning by Columbia Health Senior Vice President Melanie J. Bernitz and Executive Director of Student Health Marcy Ferdschneider. This update also included new information regarding summer COVID-19 restrictions. […]