In addition to requiring face coverings in all indoor spaces and implementing social distancing during the fall 2020 semester, students, faculty and staff will be required to participate in a daily COVID-19 symptom tracker, a questionnaire that includes questions about symptoms and pre-existing conditions that could be affected by contracting the novel coronavirus.
The symptom tracker is part of the university’s “Campus Ready” plan designed to assume daily operations on campus in the fall. Some conditions in the questionnaire include HIV, obesity, high blood pressure and others. The beginning of the questionnaire says that all responses are anonymous.
Chancellor Glenn Boyce released health and safety guidelines for the 2020-2021 school year on Tuesday, which also include mandatory, online COVID-19 training and compliance with CDC and national public health recommendations.
Davis comes from San Marcos, Texas, where he served as the assistant coach for the Texas State Bobcat Game Day team. He led the Bobcats to a ninth place finish at the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) National Meet. Davis also contributed to Texas State’s Personalized Academic and Career Exploration Center as an academic coach.
Almost 900 people tuned in to Facebook Live to watch the Lafayette County Supervisors’ meeting to hear community members’ arguments for and against relocating the Confederate monument in front of the county courthouse.
The last day of classes will be Nov. 17, and final exams will be administered on Nov. 18–20 and Nov. 23–24. The first day of classes has not changed and will still be Aug. 24.
Administrative offices will be closed for Labor Day on Sept. 7, which will be the only day off during the fall semester.