A story at the news site, InkFreeNews, today details how Grace College is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article.
Grace College President Details Virus Response
With the COVID-19 pandemic, schools have made adjustments to keep students healthy while providing in-person instruction.
Colleges and universities are no different; in fact their responses might have to be more strict because of students living on campus.
Grace College President Dr. William Katip recently said in a update to the college community that “positive results” had come about from putting in place “some additional restrictions on campus as a result of increased cases of COVID-19 and the need to quarantine and isolate many members of our campus community.”
He detailed to InkFreeNews what those additional measures were, namely that they “temporarily suspended all athletic-related practices and competitions, canceled, postponed or redesigned many student life and residence hall activities, canceled nonessential campus events and asked that all employee meetings be conducted virtually for one week.”
He said the decision was made after the school spoke with the Kosciusko County Health Department.
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