COVID-19 News & Resources

Saint Mary's College COVID-19 Information and Resources 

Instruction is primarily, and for many students exclusively, delivered remotely. We offer some in-person and hybrid courses for undergraduates living on campus.

A wide array of student-centered support services, leadership opportunities, activities, spiritual guidance, and career and professional development opportunities are available that reflects the transformative whole-person education for which Saint Mary’s is known.

We aim to prevent the spread of infection with enhanced protocols, reconfigured campus spaces, and careful control of campus access.

Recognizing the increased financial pressures on our students and their families during this COVID-19 pandemic, we have been taking steps to respond to your needs. Contact the Financial Aid Department for more information: finaid@stmarys-ca.edu

 

RECENT UPDATES: 

Updates to Interim Events, Meetings and Gathering Policy

Events, Meetings, and Gatherings should continue to be offered in a virtual or remote format. In order to promote community for on-campus residential students the following activities are permitted when sponsored by a campus department:

  • Outdoor Recreation activities for groups of 12 or fewer students
  • Outdoor Worship or cultural ceremonies
  • Indoor and outdoor academic activities, conducted outside of regular class sessions, associated with academic classes for groups of 12 or fewer students 

These activities must be planned in accordance with industry/county/state guidelines and health orders. 

Dryden Study Commons

The Dryden Study Commons is available for residential students starting Monday, September 28 at 4:00 pm. Feature include a cloud printer and ample space to study while maintaining a physical distancing. Proper check-in is required.

Brother Urban Gregory (BUG) Parking Lot Pavilion

We have finished erecting the pavilion in the parking lot adjacent to BUG Hall. This pavilion is designed to supplement activities taking place at Rheem for off-campus students who are registered for assigned classes to use this space. Because of the challenges inherent in constructing the outdoor space outside the Rheem campus, this corner of campus provided the best alternative. Read more here.
 

 

 

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