LAKERS TOGETHER: Grand Valley is preparing for successful learning experiences when classes resume on Aug. 31. Learn more about the plan for fall in this handbook.
Campus leaders have provided several new updates about Grand Valley's plan to return to campus for Fall 2020.
A web-based self-assessment (accessed by phone, tablet or computer) is now available for faculty, staff and students. Employees and students will be expected to complete the web-based self-assessment every day.
This is required seven days a week whether you are coming to campus or not to more completely track the virus, and your compliance will be monitored. The self-assessment should be completed each day before noon. Just as with face coverings, we will start with care and reminders, move to educate, then look for a remedy, which could include a failure to comply report to Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution or Human Resources. Not completing the self-assessment would be considered a violation of university policy and would be actionable.
Learn how to create an easy-to-use bookmark for the self-assessment on your smartphone.
Faculty and staff returning to campus as part of Grand Valley's ramp-up to Fall 2020 are required to complete training prior to returning to the workplace.
Grand Valley State University has prepared for a Fall semester geared to exceptional educational opportunities delivered in an environment that follows all public health guidance and state and federal regulations. Campus offices are open in preparation for the start of classes August 31, 2020.
This website includes information critical to the success of the academic year and the health and safety of campus. There are sections on cleaning and sanitization, move-in, dining and mental health, policies on face coverings and travel, and a section on course delivery methods.
The following principles guided GVSU’s Fall 2020 plan:
President Philomena V. Mantella will provide weekly updates about Grand Valley's return to campus with university leaders; this week's update shares why student leaders are committed to wearing face coverings. Previous updates can be found on the weekly update site.
July 16, 2020
Grand Valley has revised its face covering policy based on July 9/10 executive orders.
July 09, 2020
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