At Shenandoah University we are committed to being a community of care. We do our best to care for our neighbor and make our community one of compassion, responsibility, advocacy and justice. Furthermore, in response to the COVID-19 public health pandemic, Shenandoah University is legally obligated to implement health and safety measures as a matter of SU policy pursuant to Virginia law.
View the correct way to wear your face mask and which masks are approved for use on campus. When used properly to cover the nose and mouth, face masks can reduce transmission of the coronavirus.
Due to social distancing and cleaning measures required for our su community to return safely to campus, meetings and events will be significantly impacted throughout the fall 2020 semester to ensure the safety of our students, faculty, and staff.
The amount of special COVID-19 medical leave to which you will be entitled will be determined on a case-by-case basis based on the specific employee situation, and Human Resources will provide guidance to each affected employee as their situation develops, including how to go about reporting such leave for payroll and leave tracking purposes.