Safe Return to Campus

This resource guide will help you plan your activities and understand changes brought to our university in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mason's spring semester is a mix of in-person instruction and expanded online classes. Research also continues under this hybrid model. If public health conditions become an issue and we need to make changes in course delivery for spring, we'll inform the Mason community as quickly as possible.

Our guiding principle:

We pledge to support the health, safety, and well-being of the Mason community while fulfilling the university’s mission.


 

Virginia Vaccination Program

  •  Need a vaccine? Learn how to get your shot at Vaccinate.Virginia.gov or call 1-877-VAX-IN VA. Language translation and TTY services available
  • ¿Necesita vacunarse? Infórmese de cómo obtener su vacuna visitando Vaccinate.Virginia.gov o llamando 1-877-829-4682. Servicios de traducción y teléfonos de texto (TTY) están disponibles.

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Female student works outdoors on Mason's Fairfax Campus. Masks are required in all public spaces.

Our classes are being presented through a hybrid model using online and in-class instruction. Certain health and safety changes, including the use of masks in public spaces, are required as we work together to stop the spread of illness.

A Multi-Step Process:

Mason’s Safe Return to Campus Plan (PDF) has been reviewed by the State Council of Higher Education and has been found to be compliant in containing the required components of the Higher Education Reopening Guidance (PDF), which was developed in consultation with the Virginia Department of Health.

We’re following a six-step approach.

This plan is flexible, and will change as circumstances warrant.

We’ll provide updates on this page, as each new stage begins, and as new information becomes available.

You Should Know...

These precautions have been set up for a reason

No one wants to endanger community health or disrupt research and instruction. For your health and safety, as well as that of our community, failure to follow these guidelines and precautions means you’ll be asked to leave your work area, classroom, or building.

Repeated non-compliance may result in disciplinary action.

University Preparedness Guide


 

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