Student Safety Reentry Plan
In accordance with local, state, and federal guidelines, and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, the Southern University Law Center has implemented a COVID-19 Student Safety Reentry Plan to help protect students and employees from contracting COVID-19 and to help slow the spread of the disease at the Law Center. These considerations are designed to meet the unique needs and circumstances of the Law Center and local community, considering its size, student body, and its program of legal education. These considerations are meant to supplement—not replace—any state, local, health and safety laws, rules, and regulations with which the Law Center must comply. If you have questions about the Student Safety Reentry Plan, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All students attending in-person classes this fall, must complete the Student Safety Verification Form. This form ensures all students understand their responsibilities under the Law Center's COVID-19 Student Safety Plan, and the consequences for their failure to comply.
Students are required to report: 1) a positive diagnosis of Covid-19; 2) exposure to a positive case of COVID-19; or 3) that they are suffering from symptoms of COVID-19, including prolonged fever, cough, shortness oF breath. Exposure means close contact (less than 6 feet away for 15 minutes or more), with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within 48 hours prior to that person first experiencing symptoms.
Once a student has been isolated due to a positive diagnosis for COVID-19, or quarantined due to exposure to or symptoms of COVID-19, the student must receive permission to return to campus, prior to returning to school. Please complete the form below, to request permission to return to school.
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