Centenary University Restart Plans
From the Office of the Secretary
Until a proven vaccine or approved therapy for COVID-19 is widely available, campus activity will involve some level of risk as operations resume. Institutions must develop robust and thoughtful plans for restarting operations that take into account the concerns for public health. Ultimately, students, faculty, staff, and the general public will only feel comfortable returning to in-person activity if our campuses have taken appropriate safeguarding measures that are well communicated to broader campus communities.
New Jersey is home to a diverse community of higher education institutions. Accordingly, institutions should be allowed to develop a restart plan that best fits their communities’ needs and context, while at the same time adhering to state restrictions. Institutions’ plans must balance the health and safety of the entire institutional community, including students, faculty, and staff, with the need to resume educational activity.
Centenary University’s Fall 2020 Restart Plan
Centenary University’s Official FALL 2020 RESTART PLAN submitted July 28 to the Office of the N.J. Secretary of Higher Education.