Fontbonne is exploring creative ways to allow students to interact, engage and hold events while still following health and safety guidelines. These opportunities may occur virtually, outdoors or in size-appropriate settings.
Fontbonne is exploring creative ways to allow campus community members to engage, hold events and socially interact while still following all appropriate health and safety guidelines. Many of these opportunities may continue virtually, outdoors or in size-appropriate settings until we can facilitate larger gatherings.
Campus activities will take place with updated health and safety protocols, including but not limited to:
Fontbonne students will still be able to participate in clubs and organizations; however, the below protocols will be in place to ensure activities are happening safely:
Fall Orientation and Welcome Week events are scheduled to occur primarily in–person, but will involve more deliberate small group sessions in spaces that allow for social distancing. In addition to the protocols for campus events listed above, Fall Orientation events will follow the below guidelines:
All student support services and administrative offices will be accessible to students during the academic year; however, some may offer more remote services, require appointments for in–person visits and adjust hours to stagger staff, lower density and promote social distancing.
Please email the appropriate contact listed on the Fontbonne University website directory for more information about specific support services and administrative offices.
If your meeting requires face-to-face contact with a staff person, appropriate face covering and social distancing will be required. When necessary, please allow time for a staff member to put on their face covering prior to stepping into their office.
Students experiencing COVID-19 related challenges, including technology issues or financial difficulties, should contact Janelle Julian at email@example.com for support and potential access to emergency funding.