Please note the Allegheny County COVID-19 positivity rate for the last seven days is above 15%, thus placing the area in the “medium” CDC community level category. Details on the “County View” may be found by clicking here.
Here is additional important information for you to know this week:
New This Week:
COVID-19 Rates Rising in Allegheny County
Given recent increased COVID-19 positive cases in Allegheny County, we ask that you continue your commitment to the common good as part of University’s COVID-19 response. Your collective and individual efforts have helped to keep the Carlow community safe throughout the pandemic.
If you have symptoms or reason to believe that you have been exposed to, or contracted, the COVID-19 virus, please quarantine and/or isolate per CDC updated guidance here. Students who test positive should remain in place and immediately contact Health Services by calling 412-578-6474.
As of today, we are currently remaining mask-optional on campus, except in The Campus Laboratory School and Early Learning Center where masking is required. As this trend continues to evolve, we are monitoring our strategy.
Help Needed? Submit a Care Report
Students occasionally struggle with affordability, academic barriers, and connecting to community resources. If you become concerned about yourself or others, please submit a report and let the Care Team know about any needs, questions or concerns. We are active throughout the summer months and will contact you, or those you refer, to help. You may also contact the Student Affairs office at 412-578-6293 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carlow Fitness Center Summer Hours
Starting on Monday, May 23, the Fitness Center in St. Joe’s will be open:
- Monday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
- Friday – Sunday: Closed
We will be closed for Monday, May 30 for Memorial Day.
Attend the Virtual NAMI’s Youth and Young Adult Convention
JED Higher Education will host the Virtual NAMI Convention (NAMICon 2022) on June 15 – 16.
With over 30 workshops, special events, and presenters on topics such as the importance of peer support, mindfulness, mental health tools for young adults, social media’s impact on mental health and so much more. Teens and young adults between 16-29 years old can attend NAMI’s national convention with the registration fee waived by registering here!
Taking Precaution through Personal Responsibility
As advocated throughout the pandemic, the best options for navigating the COVID-19 environment are to focus on prevention. Each of us is asked to continue to take steps for the common good of those around us. For the latest guidance on prevention measures, please see the CDC information by clicking here.
Summer Graduation Applications
Students completing their degrees or certificates this summer need to submit a grad app in Self Service. Once in Self Service, click the graduation cap on the left menu bar or Graduation Overview on the main page to access the application site. Contact the Registrar’s Office at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Timothy P. Phillips, PhD
Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students