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Campus repopulation plans posted

Posted 07/24/20

The university has shared campus repopulation plans for students and employees. The plans, which will be continually updated in the coming weeks, can be reviewed at fitchburgstate.edu/reopening.

We are excited for the return of students to campus and looking forward to a great – albeit different – fall semester. Along with academic changes, we have also been planning for the out-of-class services, opportunities, relationships, connections, and community that are an essential part of living and learning at Fitchburg State. 

Because Fitchburg State University cannot guarantee zero cases of COVID-19, nor prevent all community infections, we must expect that every member of the university community will be committed to creating a culture of safety and accountability to maintain a healthy campus. Everyone who comes to campus for classes and work must understand and acknowledge this reality. Every member of the Fitchburg State community must also acknowledge that they have a responsibility to themselves and their fellow Falcons to do their part to be safe, honor restrictions, follow appropriate public health guidelines, including those from the Centers for Disease Control, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and the Fitchburg city Department of Health, and comply with all written university guidance posted or otherwise communicated to the campus community.

We are confident that we can have a safe, healthy, productive and fun semester on campus this fall. Now is the time for all of us to come together for the common good. 

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