Caring Well. Staying Well.
Report any COVID-19 related symptoms by calling University Medical Services
Our Caring Well. Staying Well. Protocols
Assess Your Health
Take your temperature daily; if sick, self-isolate and seek medical care.
Practice Physical Distancing
Maintain recommended spacing from those around you.
Carry and Use a Mask
Wear a mask in public areas.
Wash Your Hands
Wash frequently and avoid touching your face.
Sanitize and Clean
Sanitize spaces used regularly (office, classroom, residence hall room).
Dining on Campus
Faculty and Staff: Working on Campus
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:
- COVID-19 Update From the President
- March 23 Update: Commencement and Regalia Update, Drinking Fountains, and Vaccines for Students Who Want One
- March 15 Update | 125th Annual Commencement Plans and Increased Student Life Opportunities
- March 9 Update: Return to the Chapel, Vaccine Podcast, and Looking Back (and Up) With Thanksgiving
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.
COVID-19: Understanding the Virus and Vaccine
Infectious disease expert Dr. Zach Jenkins, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, and Dr. Misti Grimson, Medical Director of Cedarville's developing Physician Assistant program, answer common questions surrounding the COVID vaccines, such as What are the side effects of the COVID vaccine?, Should I get the vaccine if I already had COVID?, Does the COVID vaccine affect fertility?, and How long will immunity last with the COVID vaccine?
Dr. Zach Jenkins, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, reviewed COVID-19 vaccines at various stages of development and nearing approvals as of November 2020.
The COVID-19 Impact on Health, Education, and Politics
Listen as Mark Weinstein, Executive Director of Public Relations, hosts a town hall with Dr. Zach Jenkins, Associate Professor Pharmacy Practice, and Dr. Mark Caleb Smith, Professor of Political Science, discussing the effect COVID is having on health, education, and politics.
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.
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.
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.