Allegheny Wesleyan College is resuming in-person classes the Fall semester 2020. Faculty, staff and students have received a letter of guidance on the procedures to be taken during this time. Families and guests are to be aware of the following items:
- All persons not employed or registered for class, must go to the General Office, located in the Administration Building (please see map below), before going to any other building and before coming in contact with anyone on campus.
- After hours (before 8am or after 5pm EST) arrivals must pre-arrange a meeting time.
- On-campus events may require a different point/place of contact with guests notified prior to the event.
- All visitors will have their temperature taken with a non-contact thermometer. Should a guest have a temperature reading of above 100.4° Fahrenheit or show other symptoms of COVID-19, he or she will be asked to leave and recommended to see a physician.
- Guests must practice social distancing as much as possible.
- Our spacious campus provides adequate distancing in most any scenario.
- The General Office will have face coverings available for your use or you may supply your own.
- Signage will be placed throughout the campus highlighting handwashing, sanitizing and overall good hygiene practices.
- Hand sanitizer and surface sanitizing supplies will be placed in high-contact locations.
- Disinfecting of high-contact areas will take place daily.
- As is possible, signs will be posted to establish flow of movement in and out of building.
- Distancing should be maintained, as possible, with everyone staying to the right when entering or exiting buildings.
COVID-19 Symptoms seen below may show up 2-14 days after exposure:
- Fever or chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
Please see the CDC website for more in-depth information regarding prevention, symptoms, and recommendations regarding COVID-19.
Please join with us in prayer not only for what it means for our campus, but for all who are affected around the world. We serve a God who knows and understands. As we seek Him for wisdom, He has promised to guide us.