All spaces on campus, with the exception of Health Services, the SPAUD clinic, our Sports Medicine facilities and the Center for Counseling and Wellness, are masks-optional.
As always, individuals who feel sick, who might be at higher risk of infection, or who feel better protected when masked should certainly choose to continue masking if they feel more comfortable doing so. Also, anyone who needs to be in isolation or quarantine will receive clear instructions from the university on next-steps, including mask-wearing.
Further information can be found in our COVID communications archive.
Please contact Health Services for a vaccination appointment (616-526-6187, ext 4). They have both Moderna and Pfizer vaccine available and will accept appointments for booster doses (as well as first and second doses of the vaccine for unvaccinated individuals). If you’d prefer to go off campus to get boosted or to get a first or second vaccine shot, visit www.vaccines.gov for local options.
If you have any COVID symptoms, please report them through the Health Services portal. You then will be directed to your next options, including the opportunity to sign up for a diagnostic testing appointment time on campus.
Stay safe—stay #CalvinStrong.
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April 8, 2022 - An important update to Calvin's mask policy in response to recent trends.
March 11, 2022 - An update to Calvin's mask policy along with other important information.
February 25, 2022 - Effective immediately, all buildings on campus, with the exception of classrooms and labs, and the exception of Health Services, our Sports Medicine facilities and the Center for Counseling and Wellness, are masks-optional. This approach is subject to change if case numbers rise substantially.
February 14, 2022 - Starting on February 14, Calvin is adjusting some of its COVID policies for two-week trial period. Read the latest update for details.