COVID-19: Your safety, our campus.
The health of every member of the Logan University community is a top priority. While we are excited to bring our community back together in person, it is critical that we follow the current best practices, precautions and procedures that are consistent with the CDC and St. Louis County guidelines to ensure the well-being of our students, faculty, staff and campus guests.
Logan is committed to being a leader in managing this pandemic while providing the best possible educational experience in a safe, compliant environment.
As a community, we must not only remain committed to our health, but to the health of those around us. To that end, we must all take the necessary precautions while on campus, as well as remain committed to taking these same precautions off campus. Each of us can positively impact our ability to be on-campus for labs and clinical experiences; if not, we will have to pivot to 100% virtual learning. We trust that our employees and students are committed to the health and wellness of their community.
As the COVID-19 situation unfolds in our region, we will continue to provide updates and pertinent information through diligent and purposeful communication.
Learn more about our Spring 2021 hybrid format and campus procedures here.
Strategies for a Healthy Trimester
Arriving to Campus: What To ExpectLearn More
How We're Keeping You SafeLearn More
Plans for Spring 2021 On-Campus Practical InstructionLearn More
Clinical ExperiencesLearn More
Student Care & SupportLearn More
Facility Access & HoursLearn More
Campus LifeLearn More
Latest Communication & FAQsLearn More
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