Congratulations to our students being inducted into the Honor Society and earning Academic Awards for their achievements.
As we planned for the academic year which is nearly at an end, we have had three primary goals. It is becoming apparent that we will not be able to achieve all of these outcomes. In an attempt to celebrate the Class of 2021 with an in-person commencement, we will begin the closure of residence spaces over the next three days for first, second, and third year students.
Today we have 8 new, and 15 active cases of COVID-19 on campus. Our in-person Commencement is now at risk. Campus living for the remainder of the semester is now at risk. Protecting these goals requires that we stop the virus in its tracks now.
Congrats to Kathryn Huntress '22 social work, on being named a Newman Civic Fellow for her commitment to finding solutions for challenges facing communities locally, nationally, and internationally.
This week, all students can register to receive a COVID-19 vaccination at one of many locations around our region and the state of Maine. Use our guide to schedule your vaccine appointment, and help us reach our “community immunity” goal of 85% vaccinated against this deadly, debilitating virus.
The presence of new COVID variants, combined with decreasing adherence to safety measures, are creating a “fourth wave” of infections across the US and Maine, even as vaccinations are being distributed more widely than ever. This wave is now very close to reaching our shores.
Thank you for helping us raise more than $138,000 during this year's Giving Day.
Learn about the new re-entry protocols if you leave campus overnight or longer.
This week, we begin rolling out our new college brand to the world, ushering in a new way to communicate the role that Saint Joe’s has been fulfilling for over a century: as the place where community grows.
We write to update you on the latest COVID-19 outbreak that has been identified on campus.