Following last week’s announcement by Indiana University that all students will have to be vaccinated by COVID-19 when they return to class in the fall, Sullivan University is reissuing its vaccination policy statement:
Sullivan University strongly encourages the COVID-19 vaccine, but the university does not require it of students, staff, faculty or visitors.
Sullivan University will return to in-person learning with the June 28th start of the summer quarter.
“After being in quarantine and away from campus for the better part of last year, students, staff and faculty are anxious to get back to some semblance of normal,” said Sullivan University Vice President of Enrollment Management Nina Martinez. “They are eager to re-experience the buzz of campus academic and social life.”
“In-person classes help build strong human connections, help develop interpersonal skills and help with motivation,” Martinez said.
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