COVID-19: Essential Information

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Fall Event Guidance

The College continues to monitor conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic and follow the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Vermont Department of Health guidance. The transmissibility of the Delta variant among both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals is a continuing concern. The campus community must remain flexible and ready to respond to changing conditions.
We recommend that those planning events and gatherings on campus consider the following guidelines to reduce the possibility of transmission:
  • Priority will be given to student and student-centered events and activities that contribute to the student experience while keeping participants as safe as possible.
  • Any activities or events (meetings, retreats, workshops, trainings) that can be held virtually should be held virtually. 
  • Large in-person events should be held outdoors when possible. 
  • Face coverings must be worn at all indoor events and should be worn during outdoor events where distance cannot be maintained and/or where sustained or prolonged close contact with others is unavoidable. Please use this guideline when considering any food component to your event.  
  • Aside from regular dining in the dining halls as part of everyday student life, we do not recommend food at indoor events.
  • Check the Campus Status webpage for the latest information about campus activities and operations.
Space availability and resource limitations also frame what events can be scheduled and how they can best happen within these constraints. Please be prepared to work with the Department of Event Management in re-envisioning your event to minimize impact to resources and to evaluate space considerations. This may include the alternative of holding your event in a virtual format. Student focused events remain a priority.


Please do not use the Event Reservation Request form to request changes to a previously scheduled event (i.e. date, time, location, or resources).

Email Event Management at: Be kind to your event scheduler and include with your change request:
the Event Reference code (example: 2020-ABCDEF), or
the event name, date, time and location.
For changes or updates to event descriptions posted on the campus Calendar of Events, please use the Calendar Posting Request Form.

Contact Course Scheduling in the Registrar's Office for all courses, regular class meetings, changes to course room assignments or lecture/lab/discussions, all final exam scheduling, and make-up classes. E-mail: Scheduling, Course (

Presently, in alignment with our Return to Campus guidelines, the College is not accepting applications for use of the College Park.

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