Students asked to honor common good pledge, receive parking pass details
University Communication to Students
As noted last week, I will push a separate communication each day this week to provide the information you need in manageable amounts. For today, please be mindful of the following: Parking Pass Access Information
Parking passes are available for purchase at a flat rate of $85 for all students. Students can acquire a pass in one of three ways:
Carlow Student Town Hall
- Through the Student Hub: accepts credit/debit cards, e-check, check, Carlow Cash, no cash. The Hub is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- By visiting Police Dispatch: accepts check only
- By securing one through Carlow’s website: credit/debit cards online
University personnel will be present virtually on Wednesday, August 19, from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. to answer questions that may be on your minds about returning to campus and classes. Please join us as your time allows. Commitment to the Common Good
During a Presidential Update program today, faculty and staff ceremonially signed our individual and collective Commitment to the Common Good. While students will have opportunities in a variety of formats to sign this document, all are encouraged to print a copy of the Common Good (Appendix A, Re-entry and Resiliency Plan
) and to sign the document. Doing so demonstrates your commitment to wearing a mask, social distancing, using effective hygiene, and cleaning spaces used on campus. Campus Screening
As noted in a separate communication today, campus screening has begun on campus. Per the Carlow University Re-entry and Resiliency Plan, all individuals living on or coming to campus will be asked to participate in daily screening
. Please review the detailed communication today.
Later this week, you can expect to receive information in communications this week on the Covid-19 Policy, being technically ready to engage in a remote learning environment, details on when on-ground offices will be open physically, and more. We remain excited to begin a new academic year and look forward to working with you to ensure your success.
Timothy P. Phillips, Ph.D.
Vice President of Student Affairs & Dean of Students