Remote Learning Ends January 31, 2022

Remote Learning Ends January 31, 2022 | COVID Testing Required

Welcome Back Lions!!!

Remote/Virtual learning ends January 31. On February 1, all lecture and lab courses will be in-person. Online courses will remain as scheduled.

Check In Process:

Move in hours are Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. No move ins will be permitted on weekends, unless approval has been received in writing from the Director of Housing and Residence Life (or their designee) prior to arrival on campus.

  • You must have a negative COVID test 24 hours prior to arriving back to campus.
  • If you have a positive COVID test, you should isolate comfortably at home and not travel to the campus until you receive a negative test result.
  • All students returning to campus must submit a negative COVID test result via email to Student Health at studenthealthservices@fmuniv.edu prior to returning to campus
  • All students are required to retest upon entering campus and receive a negative COVID test result before receiving a key and moving into their residence halls
  • Campus COVID testing hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (last group tested at 11:45 a.m.) and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (last group tested at 4:45 p.m.)
  • No Pets are allowed on campus
  • Students arriving outside the designated move in hours and/or with pets will not be allowed on campus and will be responsible for coordinating their own housing accommodations until they have complied with Florida Memorial University policy/protocol.

Key Pick Up Locations:

Goode and Robinson residents pick up keys with hall staff in Goode Hall

  • LLC 1 and 3 residents pick up keys with hall staff in LLC 1
  • LLC 2 and 4 residents pick up keys with hall staff in LLC 4

Note: The University reserves the right to change the hours for Check In, COVID testing and/or testing frequency.

Isolation Process:

  • Students who submitted their negative COVID test results within 24 hours of arriving on campus and test positive on campus will be afforded the following options:
    • If students are from within the 50-mile radius, they will be required to isolate off-campus, in the comfort of their home.
    • If students are from outside the 50-mile radius, they will be accommodated based on availability in a designated isolation space on campus
  • Students who did not submit their negative test result prior to arriving on campus and test positive on campus will have the following options:
    • Isolate off campus and make alternative arrangements until their isolation period is over
    • Accommodations may be provided by the University based on availability
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