44106, 10900 Euclid Ave. Refer to the Faculty Options for Fall 2020 Guiding Principles. The Office of the Provost and [U]Tech are working closely with professors to provide assistance and answer specific questions; for additional resources and guidance, please visit UTech's webpage. The emails also are available to review online (listed in reverse chronological order): Case Western Reserve University has no formal affiliation with and does not endorse the Project Million Masks campaign that uses the university’s name as part of an effort to secure masks for people in China. Case Western Reserve requires masks in all spaces, except indoor offices where you are alone. If you will be on campus during that time, you do need to be tested weekly. However, to help suppress the spread of COVID-19, we will be relying on technology-assisted psychotherapy services. Faculty, staff and students should review the short CWRU Commitment video that highlights behavior to keep the community as safe as possible during the pandemic. What if I am not feeling well—do I still have to get a test? What about graduate students’ thesis or dissertation defenses, which are required to take place in person? They will have an online opportunity to explain why they need to reschedule and, when appropriate, health services will work to accommodate them.Â. I understand there has been a lot of communication from both CWRU and CIM regarding the rapidly changing situation with COVID-19. Students are encouraged to see Aetna network providers whether in the Cleveland area or elsewhere. Given the travel and gatherings relating to Thanksgiving, I can understand the need for testing the week of Nov. 30. We would only send students home if conditions indicated we would not be able to protect their health adequately on campus. There is the possibility that we may experience a repeat of last March when campus closed down and students were sent home to prevent the university from becoming a hotspot. Legal Notice | Privacy Policy, 2145 Adelbert Road I have an academic internship, externship, or co-op that is managed through the university (or the university assisted me in getting). I want to draw your attention to the most recent update from CWRU which adds domestic travel restrictions in addition to the international travel advisories already in place. (3/31/2020), While CWRU works to protect the health of our campus community, UH&CS is open and here to support our students.Â, We continue to operate under normal business hours.Â, Health Services is currently offering phone and video visits, with in-person visits at the discretion of Health Service staff.Â, We recognize the anxiety and emotional strain that these circumstances may place on students, as well as the disappointment and sadness that many feel. Xihao Zou is one of them. Students should also contact Health Service at 216.368.2450 if their symptoms worsen.Â, University Counseling Services is providing visits via telephone. Pravda ("Truth") was the official voice of Soviet communism and the Central Committee of the Communist Party between 1918 and 1991. Foreign Favorites. Given the quickly evolving nature of the COVID-19 outbreak, we have revamped this page to allow visitors to find information of greatest interest to them quickly. Please know, however, that students who become ill and need testing for symptoms or exposures may have that testing billed to insurance. These for-credit classes are considered part of the spring semester, so spring tuition covers their costs. We do not know when routine immunizations and titers will resume. Below is specific guidance from health officials. Additional mental health resources can be found here.Â, Is University Health & Counseling Services Open? Dimensions: COVID-19 publications Do I have to drive all the way back to get tested every week? COVID-19 Pandemic Has Only Just Begun (medium - Apr 4, 2020) CWRU School of Medicine forms Coronavirus Task Force (March 31, 2020) Researchers Develop COVID-19 Case & Mortality Dashboard (Lerner Research Institute News - Mar 26, 2020) COVID-19 Challenges Basic Researchers (Cancer Discovery - Mar 24, 2020) What should students do if they think they may have been exposed? What will need to happen before my department resumes working on campus? I want to take a gap semester or year rather than have a semester of my CWRU education be remote or live on campus under so many restrictions. In September, the university shifted from screening to surveillance testing. If you have a concern about working on campus when your unit is notified of a return date, please discuss your concerns with your supervisor. Students who would like to speak to a counselor, call 216.368.5872. In these unusual circumstances, the School of Graduate Studies will adjust those rules to allow those activities to take place remotely. (added 8/7/20). Is University Health & Counseling Services open? 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In instances of confirmed or suspected cases, UHS contacts any member of the campus community known to have been in contact with that student.Â. If it happened earlier, yes. How do I practice social distancing? But a test captures only a single moment in time. wash your hands frequently with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer; practice social distancing (maintain at least 6 feet distance); avoid close contact with other people who are ill; regularly clean door handles and other surfaces with disinfectant spray or wipes; and. The CWRU Psychology Clinic (216) 368-0719 or psychologyclinic@protonmail.com The CWRU Psychology Clinic is accepting new referrals. Looking for COVID-19 testing and case information? As of Wednesday, March 11, there is no sponsored international travel for anyone and no sponsored domestic travel for individuals who engage directly in delivery of health care. Given that so many classes are remote and some of us aren’t allowed to live on campus, will the physical education requirement be waived? Refer to the Return to Campus website and list of FAQs for more details. (updated 10/13/20). Will the Student Medical Plan cover care for COVID-19? 216.368.2000 Students are also welcome to ask questions of a Medical Plan representative via medicalplan@case.edu or Aetna's customer service representatives at 877.850.6038. Specific measures include dual-delivery of courses; adjustments to classrooms and common spaces to ensure physical distancing; protective measures for faculty, staff and students; requirement of masks indoors and outdoors; quarantining of students who are ill or exposed, as well as those from specific states with high rates of COVID-19; and more. Dining halls serve grab-and-go meals, and also enforce physical distancing indoors. Cleveland, Why do I have to get a re-entry test? We appreciate your patience as we defer routine care for your health and safety at this time. To be clear, however, participation in this surveillance testing is required for those who wish to be able to continue to live and/or learn on campus. The city's announcement came after President Donald Trump, who debated Democratic rival Joe Biden on Tuesday in Cleveland, revealed that he and his wife have both tested positive for COVID-19 and are in isolation. All CWRU communications related to COVID-19 are available online. In addition, you should notify your supervisor that you will not be reporting to work that day. Please visit our homepage for the most up-to-date information on University Health & Counseling Services hours and services. View campus communications, FAQs and university-wide messages related to COVID-19 . If you would like an appointment with Health Services, please call, If you have a fever, cough, any respiratory symptoms or concern for COVID-19 exposure, please call, Connect with a counselor any time by callingÂ, Continue ongoing counseling visits if they live in Ohio. For a full list of messages sent to the Case Western Reserve community, visit our COVID-19 Campus Communications page. If you are living in an off-campus apartment, you will have an off-campus budget. (updated 12/11/20). (updated 7/31/20). Universities Get Creative With Technology Due to Coronavirus Closures At Case Western Reserve, medical students are using Microsoft’s HoloLens to replace cadavers in anatomy classes Do I have to be tested if I already had COVID-19? I am a student doing a clinical rotation (or field assignment) at a facility an hour away from campus for the next month. (added 10/13/20), As in the fall, students with extenuating circumstances that make living off campus problematic will be able to apply for exceptions that allow them to live on campus.Â, What happens if we start the semester living on campus and the university goes remote like it did in the spring? CLEVELAND — At Case Western Reserve University, there are just under 2,000 international students. Fall varsity athletics are canceled, as are winter ones through the end of the calendar year. For more information, read Interim President Scott Cowen and Provost Ben Vinson's Dec. 9 message. those with COVID-19 rates of 15% or higher) on the day of departure to quarantine for 14 days. Originally drafted by Undergraduate Student Government President Hunter Stecko, the university’s community commitment is meant to serve as both a reminder for what the community should be doing daily to stay healthy, but also a guide for how students, faculty and staff can work together to help ensure the campus remains open. Sophomores and juniors not permitted to live on campus this fall, First-year students and those graduating in 2021 who chose not to live on campus this fall, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing. Other sponsored domestic travel is strongly discouraged (i.e. If you have symptoms of COVID-19, you should contact your local health provider for guidance; if you are working on campus, you also should contact University Health Services (UHS) at 216.368.2450 or healthservice@case.edu. it should only occur if it’s absolutely essential). I understand that those still eligible to live on campus must be tested for COVID-19 before moving into their residence halls or Greek houses, and then regularly while on campus. Founded in 1912 in St. Petersburg, Pravda originated as an underground daily workers’ newspaper, and it soon became the main newspaper of the revolutionary wing of the Russian socialist movement. The university’s policy requires that sophomores live on campus, but this fall the university is prohibiting us from living on campus. People with COVID-19 have reported a wide range of symptoms, appearing anywhere from two to 14 days after exposure. Given the poor prognosis of resuscitation outcomes for COVID-19 in general, the specter of COVID-19 in long-term care residents shou … Orientation dates which are mandatory are as follows: List of Program Start Dates Use a separate bathroom, if available.Â, Stay home from work, school and away from other public places.Â, Monitor your symptoms carefully. (added 8/10/20), A novel coronavirus is a new coronavirus that has not been previously identified. How do I request a refill on my prescriptions if I'm not on campus? At this site, there is a capability to test 300 people today. Returning staff must attend an orientation regarding these efforts that includes a question-and-answer session with leaders from human resources, health services and emergency management. Find it online. I am faculty and need to use campus facilities (library, lab, etc.) First-year and transfer students enrolling at Case Western Reserve for the first time this spring. The Weatherhead School of Management will begin fall classes on Monday, August 24 (except MPOD and EMBA). For all other circumstances, consult with your campus program representative and employer for guidance. Last week, Nevada's COVID-19 Mitigation and Management Task Force voted to allow bars and lounges in Clark County to reopen at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday because of declining coronavirus numbers. Learn more about masks on the CDC website. Case Western Reserve’s Human Trafficking Project assisting survivors as part of ‘Operation Autumn Hope’ December 10, 2020 Students: Participate in a cookie decorating contest with a cookie cutter created at Sears think[box] In addition to a focus on the mindset those on campus should strive for in their decision-making—thinking for the good of your neighbors and community—the commitment also outlines practical actions to limit the spread of COVID-19, such as wearing a mask, social distancing, cleaning up after working in common areas and refraining from hosting non-essential visitors on campus. (updated 9/8/20). UHS has received similar reports, and has investigated every one. That said, you do not have to be tested at the university’s site. University Health and Counseling Services will provide more detailed guidance when notifying you. We hope the following information will help you better understand reactions you may have and, if needed, point you to helpful resources. At this time, there are no confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Ohio, according to the Ohio Department of Health. If you are a faculty or staff member, you can contact IMPACT Solutions, a confidential and free counseling and referral program for benefits-eligible employees. To see the university's COVID-19 testing and case data, visit our Return to Campus website. In addition, the university will offer remote courses Jan. 8–29, with Monday, Jan. 18, observed as the federal Martin Luther King Jr. Day. What is the direction for sponsored domestic or international travel? Do you have specific guidance for faculty, staff or students returning to campus from outside the state of Ohio? The virus causing coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), is not the same as the coronaviruses that commonly circulate among humans and cause mild illness, like the common cold.Â, What are its primary symptoms? That said, university counselors can help students connect with counseling services within their own states.Â, You can send a non-urgent message through. Deadlines to submit materials for degree certifications also will be revised to accommodate the timeline changes this situation creates. Keep in mind, this can change at any moment. Do I continue to report to work? Prevention methods for COVID-19 (coronavirus) include: Visit the CDC website for other resources and suggestions. Students who do not plan to live in Northeast Ohio or take any courses this semester must either: initiate a Term Withdrawal in SIS if they are rising seniors, juniors, or second-year students; or request to defer enrollment if they are incoming first-year students. The following steps must be completed before a unit is allowed to return to campus: Everyone is required to complete a health attestation form each day before coming to campus, stating symptoms and exposure to help determine whether or not they should come to campus.Â. What should I do if I start to have symptoms of COVID-19? Please see Item #7 on this online document for more information.Â. Students in a particular week’s sample receive a message from University Health & Counseling Services notifying them that they need to come to the testing site at Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center on a specific weekday (typically a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday).Â, Given that the selection process is random, we recognize that, in some instances, students may have valid reasons they cannot get to testing on a particular day. The emails also are available to review online (listed in reverse chronological order): Dec. 10 Message to Campus: Spring 2021 and Students in Distant Time Zones In the middle of a disaster—such as the current pandemic—many parents witness episodes like these. How can I take care of myself at home or in the residence hall? What is changing about campus housing for the spring semester? Several resources with COVID-19 guidelines are available for review. If you are a student, you can contact University Counseling Services at 216.368.5872 (a counselor is available 24/7). Below are some broad guidelines, but we strongly encourage that you also consult with the university faculty or staff member coordinating your program and your employer. For students traveling from states under Ohio's Travel Advisory and quarantining before entering the residence halls: All students will be tested for COVID-19 shortly before their quarantine is complete. Why are we being tested so often? Cleveland, What if the number of new COVID-19 cases starts to decline in the U.S.—would the university allow students to move in later in the semester? What if I do not want to be tested? If you need an essential immunization (such as tetanus), please call 216.368.2450. Case Western Reserve University’s Think Forum lecture series will present a free virtual lecture this fall examining African American women’s pursuit of political power. The counselor on call will connect that student with an appropriate clinician based on the student's location and concerns.Â. Communication Tips for Nurses Supporting Seriously Ill Patients, Families & Communities During the Coronavirus Hosted by Sigma, Presented by Polly Mazanec, PHD, AOCN, ACHPN, FPCN, FAAN Understanding Coronavirus and How to Keep You and Yours Safe Coronavirus infection rates continue to spike, with daily new cases reaching nearly 220,000 in the United States, while the overall national death … What’s the point? For more information visit the CDC webpage on caring for yourself at home.Â, Students who are on campus should contact Residence Life at 216.368.6325 or residencelife@case.edu or Campus Housing at 216.368.3780 or housing@case.edu if you need assistance.Â. Researchers at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic have received $2.6 million from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to support work they are leading to better understand how the immune system responds to COVID-19, according to a news release.. For example, you can get tested at a local drugstore or schedule testing at one of Cuyahoga County’s neighborhood programs. The answers to common questions will be answered by additions to the FAQ. Any university-recognized chapter must abide by this policy in terms of (a) ensuring each student lives in a single room, and (b) only allowing students in approved categories to reside in that house or building. The university is modifying classrooms to allow for physical distancing as well as installing safety features such as plexiglass and hand sanitizer stations. The large majority are undergraduates living and/or learning on campus, but graduate and professional students are also among those in the random samples. OH If developments require the university to transition to remote operations, we will provide as much notice as possible and pro-rate room and board fees based on the time spent living on campus. CWRU Libraries Discovery: COVID-19 Search Results Follow the link to get the results of a search across COVID-19 through various library collections and resources. Effective Monday, Nov. 30, Case Western Reserve asks that everyone who can work from home effectively stay off campus through Dec. 23 (the university's last day of full operations in 2020). (Read the full order online.) Separate yourself from other people in your home. Do commuter students have to get tested every time they come on campus? Aetna's customer service representatives are available to answer any questions and can be reached at 877.850.6038. What do I do if I am feeling anxious or overwhelmed? Researchers at Case Western Reserve University surveyed 105 agencies throughout Ohio to better understand service, policy and research needs--and get … Students on campus receive meals and supplies for self-monitoring and hygiene, and UHS staff also follow their progress, Students should contact UHS right away if their symptoms worsen.Â, Students who are on-campus can contact Residence Life at 216.368.6325 or residencelife@case.edu or Campus Housing at 216.368.3780 or housing@case.edu if they need assistance. COVID-19 Coronavirus FAQs. The Student Medical Plan provides coverage throughout the United States. A caregiver tests a patient for coronavirus at University Hospitals, Monday, March 16, 2020, in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. Updates on the university's testing rates and number of positive cases are available on our Return to Campus website. How will I be reimbursed for the costs involved (registration, hotel, airline and other fees? Other universities say they’re putting their classes online. A question arises about if the recent upticks in COVID-19 cases in the local city, county and state will impact CWRU and CIM’s plans for the fall semester. For a full list of FAQs, read our Oct. 8 message to undergraduate students. We have recommended that incoming students “pack light” so that moving out of campus residences will be less burdensome. If you secured your space through the university (as opposed to a landlord or property management company) the housing policy applies to you. As part of our efforts to reduce infection risks, the start of the semester is delayed by two weeks and the traditional spring break has been removed. Students will have a day off in each of two separate weeks; those dates are still being finalized. Immerse yourself in a foreign culture with book, film, and TV recommendations from the International Studies Program and its majors here. The federal regulations require us to use the appropriate cost of attendance. (updated 8/10/20). The university will update you promptly should this direction need to be revised. Find more information on the CDC website. In addition, we have a number of tips for managing fears and anxiety around coronavirus. Yes. Try not to get physically close to people when you’re outside your home. As of July, the State of Ohio requires masks indoors and outdoors, except when keeping a distance of 6 feet from others, when actively eating/drinking, and a few other exceptions. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) provides extensive guidance on handwashing; among its key recommendations are to wash hands no for no fewer than 20 seconds (about the time it takes to sing “Happy Birthday” twice), and if using hand sanitizer, make sure it has at least 60 percent alcohol. You should not come to the university’s testing site if you have symptoms. OH How are you handling ill students on campus? (updated 10/7/20). Performance-based assignments could be completed and observed via videoconference. Our model, developed in consultation with public health experts, involves testing random samples of students per week to identify potential COVID-19 infection trends. U.S. reports world record of more than 100,000 COVID-19 cases in single day Inspire Brands, parent company of Arby's and Sonic, to purchase Dunkin' Brands for $11.3 billion For a full list of messages sent to the Case Western Reserve community, visit our COVID-19 Campus Communications page. 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