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Operational Plans for the 2021-22 Academic Year

The Department of Music will continue to follow CDC and CWRU COVID-19 guidelines and will adapt operations as these protocols develop. Rehearsals and performances will follow all CWRU guidelines and protocols of supervising faculty members. Practice rooms/modules, studios, and classrooms will continue to require reservations, but with no time limits or transition time in between. 

Read the updated campus COVID-19 protocols (effective July 2021).

Vaccinations: COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements FAQs

Masking: Those who are fully vaccinated (two weeks from completing their vaccine dosage) do not have to wear masks indoors on campus. Exceptions exist for individuals (vaccinated or not) who are:

  • in a patient-care setting;
  • engaging in physical activity within a university athletic or recreational facility; and
  • taking university transportation (e.g., Safe Ride vehicles or university shuttles).

Physical Distancing: Those who are fully vaccinated no longer have to maintain six feet of distance from others on campus.

Daily Health Attestation: Starting tomorrow (Thursday, July 22), the daily health assessment will go on hiatus until Monday, Aug. 23—when those who are not vaccinated will be expected to complete it every day.

COVID-19 Symptoms: Regardless of vaccination status, please stay home (or in your residence hall) if you experience COVID-19 symptoms and contact University Health and Counseling Services (UHCS) for guidance about returning to campus. For immediate medical advice, students may call UHCS anytime; faculty and staff should contact their primary medical providers.

We will continue to closely monitor COVID-19-related developments throughout this summer and fall. As we have throughout the pandemic, leaders will adjust university practices in accordance with guidance from health experts from within and beyond the university.