Each member of our community has a responsibility to themselves and to others to uphold the SU Pledge to create and maintain a safe and healthy Shenandoah environment. That means preserving our community health and slowing the spread of COVID-19 and other communicable diseases by following our Personal Conduct And Social Distancing Policy on mask wearing, socially distancing and hand washing. You can see additional information about masks on our website.
It is up to all of us to hold each other accountable in a conscientious, respectful way. Through our Student of Concern form, we ask that you share your concerns and to report significant and repetitive behavior that may be contrary to our policies and the expectations of our students and employees regarding COVID-19 compliance. We define “significant” as engaging in conduct that intentionally or recklessly threatens the health or safety of the university community. The Dean of Students Office will investigate reports of both on and off-campus non-compliance.
Through the form, individuals may submit photographs or other attachments if applicable. Those who violate the university policy will be subject to discipline under the Student Code of Conduct.
We ask that if you see anyone committing minor and infrequent non-compliance — defined as behavior that is unintentional, accidental and without the intent to harm or disrupt — that you issue a friendly reminder to them to wear their mask and practice social distancing.
Remember, we must not be bystanders during this pandemic. To keep our campus community safe and to retain our ability to offer in-person education, we must be proactive and engaged.