As we welcome students and employees on campus, guidelines and information surrounding Covid-19 will be shared here.
In light of current CDC guidance, consultation with MAHEC, area transmission rates which are currently classified as high, and confirmed vaccination rates on campus, Mars Hill University will continue the current policy that all campus faculty, staff, students, and guests must wear a face covering when indoors and around others for the remainder of the first block of the semester, which ends on October 15. Normal exceptions will continue to apply, such as when eating or alone in a personal office.
Please be reminded that, based on current policy and current CDC guidance
Courses: It is important to note that there are only a limited number of courses that have been scheduled for fully online delivery. For courses that are scheduled as seated courses, offering a remote option for the full semester upon the request of a student is at the discretion of the instructor. Please consult your advisor to discuss online course availability.
Residential Living: Students should contact the Office of Residence Life if they would like to request an exception to the residential requirement. Generally, students must qualify under the commuter policy in order to be eligible for off-campus residency. The residential requirement is independent of a student’s course schedule.
Mars Hill University is providing grants to help eligible students pay their fall 2021 semester billing charges. The grants are part of the third round of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, a part of the American Rescue Plan which was signed into law in March, to help institutions of higher education serve students and ensure learning continues during the COVID-19 pandemic.