Tuck COVID-19 Information and Campus Updates

Follow-up to Provost’s earlier announcement

 

March 1, 2021

Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff,

Following Provost Helble's email this afternoon, we write to confirm that classes at Tuck will continue to be remote through this Friday, March 5. Tuck study room spaces on-campus will remain open for student use this week on a reservation basis.  

Out of an abundance of caution, Tuck dining will continue to be "grab and go" this week. We ask that you not unmask to eat in large common spaces such as Stell Hall or McLaughlin Atrium.  

Tuck-sponsored co-curricular and extracurricular offerings will need to continue to take place either outdoors or virtually this week. Events with a “grab and go” component will continue to be permitted, but students will not be able to congregate indoors.  For these grab and go events, we ask that you take the activity or the food and beverage offered back to your dorm room, reserved study space, or off-campus residence to enjoy. If you have questions about an upcoming student activity or event, please reach out to the MBAPO.

As the public health conditions across campus continue to evolve, it is more important than ever that we at Tuck play our part. Thank you for your ongoing contributions to our community’s health and wellbeing. Let’s each do what we can to finish this week and this term strong. 

Thanks very much.

Joe, Brian and Sally

 


Dartmouth has formed a high-level task force to plan for and manage possible disruptions related to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, monitor federal and state recommendations, implement guidance, and communicate with our community.

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