Updated March 16, 2021
Northland College is committed to keeping our campus and community safe by limiting the spread of COVID-19. While much has gone into our efforts to protect the Northland community we recognize that we cannot guarantee an environment free of COVID-19. We are striving to create an environment where all members of the Northland community including faculty, staff, students, and visitors take responsibility for their own health and safety and act in a manner that demonstrates consideration and respect for those around them.
Although it is not be possible to mitigate every risk, each of us must contribute to reducing those risks. Everyone in the Northland community is asked to show their care for our campus and regional community by adhering to the science, advice, guidelines and best practices of health experts, including the Centers for Disease Control, the Wisconsin Department of Health, the Ashland County Health Department, and other professional health organizations.
Physical distancing and wearing face coverings is expected when in class, traversing through campus, shopping in the community, or when we’re around others. Promoting personal hygiene practices and frequent cleaning is a part of our new norm as a citizen of our campus community.