Covid Safety Guidelines

Move-In Spring 2021

  • Student-athletes will receive move-in information through team communications, and should follow those instructions and guidelines.
  • All other students will be welcomed back to campus on January 30-31, 9am-Noon, 1pm-4pm in Ammons Field House.
  • Two weeks prior to your return to campus, please resume enteringĀ  your daily temperature and symptom checks into the SWOL website. Ā The entries will be monitored by university staff. Click here for a how-to guide for using SWOL.
  • In an effort to increase safety in the era of COVID-19, we recommend testing, if possible, three days prior to your return day. You will also be tested upon your arrival to campus. We will send more information about that and ongoing testing protocols for Spring semester at a later date.
  • Once students have shown a negative test result they will receive a wrist band to indicate they have been cleared and are invited to move back into their residence halls.
  • Students may bring family to help them with their return to campusā€”note that only two guests of the resident may be in the residence hall at a time.
  • Masks must be worn at all times in the residence halls during move-in.
  • More information regarding all return-to-campus details will be communicated directly to students, through our website, and in our next parent/family newsletter. (Sign up for that newsletter here.) Please be reminded that, as the regional and local situation changes, some of these details may have to change in accordance with campus, county, and state regulations.

Know Your Ws

As we welcome students, employees and visitors back to campus, be aware of safety precautions we have in place with your health and wellness in mind:

  • Wear a face mask anywhere on campus where more than one person is present.
  • Wait 6 feet apart. Practice social distancing by staying six feet apart from others.
  • Wash your hands frequently, or use hand sanitizer. The number of sanitizing stations has been increased in buildings around campus.

Archived Updates

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9/16 Campus Update from Dr. Parkinson and Dr. Rozeboom
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August 5 Update to Fall Semester
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Homecoming Redesigned for 2020
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Message Regarding Fall 2020 Move In Updates
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Update to Fall 2020 Schedule
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Mars Hill University and South Atlantic Conference Announce Delayed Fall Athletics Season
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June 25 message to students regarding the fall schedule
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June 15, 2020 update regarding academic calendar changes
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CARES Act Information
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Symptom Tracker mobile app

  • Two weeks prior to arriving on campus, begin entering daily symptom-check information through SWOL.
  • Scroll down to Single Sign-In Login
  • Enter your login information for MHU websites. Make sure to use your full email with @mhu.edu
  • Once logged in, you will see this screen. To access the COVID-19 symptom check, tap the 3 lines in the top left corner.
  • Once you click on this icon, you will see a list pop down. Click on COVID-19
  • If you are not experiencing any symptoms, please check ā€˜none of the aboveā€™
  • There will be a section at the bottom asking about any exposure or travel that you may have had. If you have not been exposed, check ā€˜none of the aboveā€™ and click the check mark in the top right to save your entry.
  • This is what the COVID-19 symptom check in will look like. Enter your temperature in the top box. Then you will scroll through the symptoms, marking any that you are experiencing.
  • For additional information and tips, view this flyer

Prior to Returning to Campus

Before you return to campus, you must:

  • Complete COVID-19 online training modules. Please watch your email for further communication on this training and other steps that may need to be taken before your return to campus.
  • Complete all necessary paperwork. Check self-service and contact your admissions counselor (for new students) or the appropriate office (if you are a continuing student.)
  • Bring several personal masks, which may be laundered and reused. The university recommends that you purchase and use seven masks, and launder once a week. Masks will be required for any personal contact on campus. If you find yourself without a mask on a temporary basis, a limited number of disposable masks are available and can be obtained by calling Campus Security 828-689-1230