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Caring Well. Staying Well.

Report any COVID-19 related symptoms by calling University Medical Services


Our Caring Well. Staying Well. Protocols

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Assess Your Health

Take your temperature daily; if sick, self-isolate and seek medical care.

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Practice Physical Distancing

Maintain recommended spacing from those around you.

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Carry and Use a Mask

Wear a mask in public areas.

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Wash Your Hands

Wash frequently and avoid touching your face.

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Sanitize and Clean

Sanitize spaces used regularly (office, classroom, residence hall room).


What to Do If You Are Sick

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Chapel

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Caring Well Resources

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Residence Life

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Academics

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Getting Started

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Dining on Campus

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Response Plan

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Faculty and Staff: Working on Campus

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Messages to Our Community

Cedarville is sending regular COVID-19: Caring Well. Staying Well. updates to the campus community. Review the most recent post here:


Resources From Our Faculty Experts

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has touched nearly every facet of our lives. To help us navigate this unprecedented time, Cedarville University faculty members have presented virtual town halls and filmed multiple informational videos to provide thoughtful analysis of relevant topics.

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Caring Well. Staying Well. | Preparing for In-person Classes

Dr. Tom Mach, Vice President for Academics, discusses how our core values drive planning for in-person classes for fall 2020.

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Caring Well. Staying Well. | Getting Started Weekend

Brian Burns, Director of Campus Experience, explains how a reimagined Getting Started Weekend will emphasize health, confidence, and trust.

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Caring Well. Staying Well. | Herd Immunity and Testing

Dr. Zach Jenkins, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice and an infectious disease specialist, discusses how testing and herd immunity can help with the fight against COVID-19.

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Caring Well. Staying Well. | Healthy Conversations

Derrick Green, Chair of the Department of Communication, shares how we can have healthy, productive conversations in the midst of difficult circumstances.

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Caring Well. Staying Well. | Christian Liberty and Our Core Value of Loving Others

Dr. Jon Wood shares how we can balance our Christian liberty with loving and caring for others.

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Caring Well. Staying Well. | Caring Well for Yourself

Dr. Misti Grimson, Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, shares practical ways the Cedarville community can care for ourselves during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Caring Well. Staying Well. | Caring Well for Others

Dr. Misti Grimson, Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, shares practical ways the Cedarville community can care for others as we coexist on campus.

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Caring Well. Staying Well. | Faith or Fear?

Dr. Chris Miller, Senior Professor of Biblical Studies, discusses how our faith can help us overcome fear as we navigate tough times.

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Caring Well. Staying Well.| Preparing for a Safe Return to Campus

John Davis, Associate Vice President of Human Resources, introduces the Caring Well initiative, with five key components to help us safely return to campus.