FLORENCE, Ala. – Friday, the University of North Alabama updated its COVID-19 guidance, releasing a return-to-campus plan for the spring semester.
The university says the biggest changes are updates to the travel policy, the reporting process for COVID-19 symptoms, contact tracing, and information related to academic calendars.
Face masks will continue to be required, along with continued sentinel testing (testing a random sample of the population on campus to measure the spread of COVID-19).
Students will return to campus Jan. 4, and classes will resume Jan. 6.
University Health Services can test those who show symptoms in the new semester.
Read the full plan here.