Spring break at Shenandoah University is March 8-14. If you are traveling internationally, please check current recommendations and travel advisories regarding coronavirus (novel coronavirus, known as ... Continue Reading Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update There Are…
Shenandoah COVID-19 Quick Links
- COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- What is ShenFlex?
- Daily Symptom Checker | Shenandoah Go App
- Report A COVID-19 Exposure Or COVID-19 Test Result
- Modified Work Arrangement Request For Employees
- Modified Learning (Fully Online) Request For Students
- COVID-19 Case Numbers Dashboard
- Meeting & Event Guidelines
- Community Forum Zoom Recordings for Students and Parents
- Community Forum Zoom Recordings For Employees (must be logged in with su.edu email for employees to access)
- Shenandoah's Personal Conduct & Social Distancing Policy
- Information about Face Masks
- Plan to Reopen Shenandoah University for Fall 2020
- Special Considerations for Shenandoah Conservatory's Reopening
- Guide for Returning to Shenandoah University this Fall
- SU Pledge to Keep Shenandoah Safe
- Campus Signage Related to COVID-19
- Information for Shenandoah Employees: Reporting COVID-19 Cases on Campus
- By-The-Numbers Look At SU’s Safety & Health Measures
- Archive of SU Communications About COVID-19
COVID-19, a novel coronavirus disease, was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization and a national emergency was declared in March 2020. This page contains information about the virus and Shenandoah University's response. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is monitoring the pandemic and the most up-to-date information about the virus and pandemic can be found at the CDC's coronavirus website: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov.
For those in the Winchester area: Do you have a respiratory illness or symptoms, or think you have been exposed to COVID-19? Call Valley Health's hotline at 540-536-0380.
Plans for Fall 2020
The upcoming academic year is a year of extreme flexibility.
- To limit travel to and from our region, Labor Day and fall break will not be observed
- Thanksgiving break will be a full week long, Nov. 23 through Friday, Nov. 27; in-person classes will resume after the break
- Classes will follow the ShenFlex model, so instructors and students can participate in face-to-face and/or online as needed. Students may request to be fully online for the fall semester
- Maximum capacities for each classroom have been lowered and spaces have been reconfigured to ensure compliance with CDC guidelines on social distancing
- Athletic competition is suspended through January 1, 2021
Show Your Support During The COVID-19 Situation
Many have reached out to ask how they can support Shenandoah during these difficult times. Give now to help meet the special needs of Shenandoah students as well as the unexpected financial needs of faculty and staff in the face of this COVID-19 situation.
Members of the Shenandoah family who need emergency financial assistance
If the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on you or your family's financial situation, Shenandoah would like to help. Please fill out the Emergency Financial Assistance Application.
Learn more about CARES Act Student Emergency Funds at Shenandoah University.
Read Our Recent COVID-19 Campus Communications
Q: What is a novel coronavirus? A: A novel coronavirus is a new coronavirus that has not been previously identified. The virus causing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is not the same as the ... Continue Reading FAQs on the Coronavirus View…
Traveling Concerns During Spring Break Spring break is quickly approaching at Shenandoah University. It will occur March 8th-14th. We recommend if you are traveling internationally that you check ... Continue Reading University Monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19)…
Greetings from the Division of Student Success, The wellness and health of the Shenandoah University community is a top priority so we wanted to share some information given the global concerns about ... Continue Reading Sharing of Global Concerns About…