JCC shifted to remote operations on March 17, 2020, and began the 2020-21 academic year in August using a flexible instructional format that has included online, hybrid, and in-person courses.
St. Bonaventure University announced in June that it will require all students — except for fully online, non-residential graduate students — to complete a COVID-19 vaccination and provide documentation by the time they return to campus for the fall 2021 academic semester.
The college announced in April that it would return to in-person operations contingent on health and safety protocols set forth by the State University of New York, health departments in Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties, the New York State Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control. They must also participate in pool testing and complete a daily COVID screening.
Students who are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, vaccinated with a COVID vaccine not FDA-authorized and/or have approved medical or religious exemptions, must continue to wear a mask in indoor areas, outdoor areas if unable to maintain 6-foot distancing and public transportation.
Limited religious and medical exemptions will be granted, and the university said reasonable accommodations will be provided in accordance with guidance from public health authorities, St. Bonaventure policy and applicable law. This includes residential, off-campus and commuter students.
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