Please note signs in all buildings reminding you to observe the four key practices for a healthy semester: handwashing, multilayer cloth face masks, distancing and daily self-screening for COVID symptoms. Other preventative measures include cleaning, testing and contact tracing.
The spring semester began Monday, Jan. 11 with classes on the main campus in Searcy continuing through May 7. Learn more about Campus life and events such as Spring Sing, Academic Instruction and Intercollegiate Athletics.
If you have symptoms that you suspect may be related to COVID-19, do not report to work, class or campus activities. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, have a temperature above 100.4, or have a known exposure to anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, quarantine immediately.
Student Screening Form
Students who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to COVID-19 should quarantine immediately and complete the COVID-19 Screening Form. Students with COVID symptoms should refrain from visiting Student Health Services unless instructed to do so. If a COVID Form is submitted after hours or on the weekend, a nurse will respond as soon as possible upon re-opening. If a student needs help or COVID Testing immediately, they should call ahead to the local medical provider of their choice for instructions and proceed immediately for medical evaluation.Screening Form
We are not offering remote access to on-ground classes in Fall of 2021. We thank our faculty and staff for their extra effort this year to provide remote access to many of our on-ground classes. We hope that these extra efforts served well those of you who were unable to return to campus because of COVID. If you are unable to return to Searcy next fall please consider enrolling in some courses from our online offerings. We also have many online offerings this summer.