The College move-in experience is being redesigned to support physical distancing, and will require masks, temperature checks via new technology, and assigned move-in times. The Student Life team is looking forward to welcoming new and returning students to campus with fun and engaging activities that will support community building.
Campus traditions, events, athletics, dining, organizations, and activities are fundamental elements of the Florida Southern experience. The College will monitor local, state, and federal guidelines regarding group gatherings to ensure gatherings, when they occur, are safe for all involved.
While traditional large gatherings are not possible right now, the College has developed a phased plan to adjust operations as campus and community conditions change.
Please contact Student Life at email@example.com with questions.
Students should understand that despite their and the College’s best efforts, there is no guarantee that FSC’s on-campus experience will be free of COVID-19. As are higher education institutions across the country, FSC is likely to see COVID-19 cases on campus. Returning to campus for the fall semester is a student acknowledgment that this risk exists.
When COVID-19 cases and possible cases develop on campus, the College will respond quickly and transparently to protect the health and safety of the campus community. This includes enacting quarantine and testing protocols, communications to affected individuals, contact tracing, and more.
Students who become symptomatic for COVID-19 or receive positive tests must immediately contact 863.680.4305 for quarantine assistance and information about next steps.
Students must quarantine when they:
To help limit the spread of COVID-19 on our campus and ensure the safety of our community, the College has partnered with Rapid-Trace, a local firm aiding businesses and institutions with contact tracing following positive COVID-19 tests.
Rapid-Trace contact tracers will work for the College as contracted employees of the Health Center and will notify you in the event you have had close contact with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19.
With Rapid-Trace, we will be able to identify and inform people who have contracted the virus and those in contact with confirmed cases, so they can take the necessary steps to prevent further spread. Please cooperate with our contact tracing efforts and Rapid-Trace personnel.
Last updated: September 22, 2020