It is our intention to hold a rich and full semester on campus this fall that ends in December. Following new safety protocols and committing to each other to abide by these changes to campus life will give us our best shot at achieving that goal. However, should circumstances require us to modify our approach, we are fully prepared and ready to implement alternative plans for instruction and on-campus schedules, including a return to remote learning.
Coronavirus Testing Information:
|Administered Tests (7 Day Running Total)||776|
|Positive Cases (7 Day Running Total)||0|
|Total Tests Administered Since 8/19/2020||8,493|
|Positive Cases Since 8/19/2020||1|
|Self Reported Positive Cases (External Testing)||1|
Last Updated: Friday, November 27, 2020 at 8:00 a.m.
The table will be updated regularly and as circumstances dictate with a time stamp that will reflect when the last update was made.
Since our entire community will be tested weekly, reporting over the last 7-days ensures the most accurate assessment of our Community’s health.
Latest Coronavirus Announcement:
Last Announcement posted: November 19, 2020 – 1:00 p.m. EST
Greatest 2020 Holiday Gift – A Negative COVID Test Result!
Thomas College Fall and Holiday Travel Policy
Please download Thomas College Fall and travel guidelines are available for all community members who are traveling or hosting individuals from states that are not currently exempt. As of November 16, 2020, the only states that are exempt from travel are Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire.
Thomas College Return to Campus Safely Plan:
The Thomas College Return to Campus Safely Plan has two goals that are simple and focused:
- Provide a safe campus environment for all students, faculty, and staff
- Safely reopen campus for on-campus learning for the Fall 2020 semester
Campus Testing Plan:
The goal of this plan is to:
- Preserve health and create a safe campus and community where students, faculty, staff, and others can live, learn, work, and recreate.
- As more information in the public sphere and on campus becomes available, the College will strengthen this plan to adapt and better protect our students, faculty, staff, and community.