Caring Well. Staying Well. COVID-19 Operating Plan

20 CaringWell. StayingWell. Here is a convenient list of campus contacts to answer commonly asked questions. STUDENT HEALTH CONCERNS University Medical Services 937-766-7862 UMS normal medical office hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. and Wednesday from 1–4:30 p.m. RESIDENTIAL LIVING Residence Life 937-766-7872 STUDENT INVOICES Cashiers Office 937-766-7825 STUDENT SCHEDULES Registrar’s Office 937-766-7710 DINING PLANS Cashiers Office 937-766-7825 CAMPUS VISITS Undergraduate Admissions 937-766-7700 GETTING STARTED Campus Experience ANSWERING YOUR QUESTIONS REQUESTING ACCOMMODATIONS FOR MEDICAL CONDITIONS Students with underlying medical conditions should consult with their personal physician for guidance on returning to campus. Students Unable to Come to Campus – Students who are not able to safely come to campus should request access to remote learning for the spring semester by sending an email from their Cedarville University email account to requesting that they be permitted to take their courses remotely. In the email request, include Cedarville ID number, major, name of advisor, and planned graduation month and year. The Registrar’s Office will coordinate the details of notifying the advisor, professors, and will confirm the arrangements with the student. They will also notify Residence Life that campus housing will not be required. The student should alert the Registrar’s Office if there are any changes in the remote learning plan. Students Able to Come to Campus – Students who are able to return to campus but may require nonacademic accommodations should contact Nancy Ranger, administrative assistant to the Vice President for Student Life and ChristianMinistries, at 937-766-7871 or . UNDERSTANDING THE RISK The Cedarville University community desires to participate in and enjoy, to the greatest extent possible, the benefits of in-person, on-campus Christian higher education and related activities. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. By engaging in the on-campus community of Cedarville University and related activities, we voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. We acknowledge that we will be obligated to comply with the CaringWell. StayingWell. COVID-19 Operating Plan, its protocols, and its processes in the event of suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 on campus. This response may include testing, quarantine, removal from campus, contact tracing, and/or other such measures that the University, its trustees, employees, and contractors deem appropriate.