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- Masks are not required at this time. We will continue to monitor campus and local conditions and make updates to this policy as needed.
- We do encourage anyone who wants to wear a mask to do so at their own discretion.
- Individual faculty may require, at their discretion, that masks be worn for their classes in the classroom and for other specific class activities (for example, an evening film or trip to other offices on or off campus). The requirement for masking will be noted in the class syllabus. This requirement will apply to all students, the professor and any guests that may attend class for whatever reason.
- Hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes will continue to be available for use on campus.
The Health Saints App or Flagler Health App will no longer be in use. However, please continue to monitor your health daily, and if you don't feel well, do not come to campus.
To aid in your personal health and symptom tracking, we have developed two process flows:Back To Top
We will not be requiring a negative Covid-19 test to return to campus.Back To Top
- The College will resume face to face instructions for all courses with traditional occupancy in the classrooms.
- There will be no online or hybrid courses
- Absence policies and makeup work policies will be determined by your individual faculty members, as allowed in the College’s attendance policy in the Student Handbook
- No specific COVID make-up/absence policy will be in place
No. Students are not being separated nor identified based on vaccine status.Back To Top
All residence halls will be at full occupancy based on each hall’s capacity.Back To Top
Guest policy as outlined in the student handbook
- Flagler College students permitted to visit other students in the residence hall
- Each resident is permitted two guests at one time
- Non-Flagler College student guests must be registered and adhere to the policies outlined in the student handbook
No. Students are not being separated nor identified based on vaccine status.Back To Top
Flagler College faculty, staff, and students are highly encouraged to be vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus. The vaccines have proven highly effective and are readily available to everyone over the age of 12, at no cost.Back To Top
Benefits to being vaccinated include:
- Protecting oneself from serious illness or hospitalization
- Protecting the community by reducing the spread of the virus, thereby hindering its ability to mutate and exponentially spread
- Allows the campus to resume face to face classes and in-person activities
- Not having to quarantine for 10 days if exposed to a COVID positive individual
- Not having to quarantine for 10 days after international travel
- Not having to undergo surveillance testing, should the College adopt a surveillance testing program.
- Students residing internationally are encouraged to obtain a WHO approved vaccine. If a WHO approved vaccine cannot be obtained, students should wait until arrival in the United States to receive an FDA approved vaccine.
- WHO approved vaccines can be found at the following: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/covid-19-vaccines
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Students are asked to voluntarily upload their WHO-approved COVID-19 immunization record into the health portal https://flagler.studenthealthportal.com/.
- Students who do so are eligible for a free meal in either the Bistro, POD, or Dining Hall ($11 value)
- Each student who has uploaded their information will be entered into a sweepstakes, with
- one student able to win a $300 credit in the Flagler College Bookstore
- two students being able to win a $100 credit at Flagler’s Legacy.
- If at least 75% of all students upload proof of vaccination to the Student Health Portal by October 1st , all students who provide proof of vaccination will receive $100.
Employees are asked to voluntarily upload their COVID-19 immunization record into Paycom by August 15.
- Employees who do so will receive a $50 payment on their next paycheck.
- The College will continually track the vaccination levels of the campus community, as well as the surrounding community, as available.
- Plans for the fall are predicated on everyone being vaccinated, who is able. It’s up to everyone to do their part so Flagler College can return to a vibrant campus community.
The COVID-19 vaccine is free of charge and can be obtained at your doctor’s office, walk-in clinic, and most pharmacies.
Vaccine Clinic - On Campus
If you have not received the COVID-19 vaccine, we will be holding a vaccine clinic on Sept. 28. Here are the details:
- When: Tuesday, Sept 28
- Where: Jay's Place, Student Center
- Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Registrations are required.
If you are unable to join us on Sept 28, use the link below to find a vaccine location based on your zip code.Back To Top
Assuming a move-in date of August 20, the following vaccination deadlines for the respective vaccines are suggested to ensure a student is fully-vaccinated by move-in:
- July 9 – First dose of Moderna; August 6 – last dose
- July 16 – First dose of Pfizer; August 6 – last dose
- August 6 – First dose of J&J
Campus Activities, Facilities & Event Capacities
Campus activities will return to pre-pandemic operations and capacities. These include areas and programming such as
- Beach Volleyball
- Group Fitness Classes
- Fitness Center
Events and facilities will return to pre-pandemic capacities.Back To Top
The College will continually track the incidence rate of COVID-19 amongst the campus community.Back To Top
- All individuals should monitor their symptoms on a daily basis and not come to campus if exhibiting COVID-like symptoms.
- Full-time students who do not feel well should consult with Health Services by calling 904-819-6211
- Individuals are encouraged to continue to monitor their symptoms on a daily basis.
- Full-time students should contact Health Services for assessment and testing if COVID-like symptoms develop and the unvaccinated student has been exposed to a COVID-positive person. Health Services can be reached by calling 904-819-6211
- Part-time students and employees can obtain COVID tests at any walk-in clinic, CVS, or Walgreens by appointment via their websites.
- If you are not certain on what type of test to obtain call Health Services at 904-819-6211 or send an email to HealthServices@flagler.edu
- Over-the-counter COVID antigen/quick tests are available at local pharmacies and retailers.
Surveillance and Diagnostic Testing
- Students who are not vaccinated will be required to participate in weekly COVID Outbreak Prevention testing. Unvaccinated students are selected at random for the weekly testing.
- Any student who has not uploaded their COVID vaccine information to the Student Health Portal will be contacted via their Flagler College email to register for their COVID test.
- Tests will be conducted Tuesdays, on-campus, by a contracted company using nasal swab antigen testing. This testing is a non-invasive test, swabbing the lower portion of the inside of the nose.
- Students will use the company’s website to register for the test. Students must upload their insurance information to the site on this initial registration.
- There is no out of pocket charge to the student. The insurance company will be charged per government regulations in order to reimburse the testing company.
- Instructions for uploading your COVID vaccine information to the Student Health Portal can be found at Student COVID Immunization Health Portal Instructions
- While traveling and upon return, self-monitor for symptoms
- Wear a mask and take precautions during your travel
- Fully vaccinated international travelers:
- Will not need to get tested before outbound travel unless the destination requires it
- Vaccinated individuals need not quarantine upon entry into the United States but are encouraged to undergo virus testing on day 3 – 5.
- Individuals flying into the United States from a foreign country are required to provide a negative COVID test, taken no more than three days prior to boarding a flight to the U.S.
- Unvaccinated international travelers:
- Are encouraged not to travel
- Get tested 1-3 days before traveling out of the U.S.
- Individuals flying into the United States from a foreign country are required to provide a negative COVID test, taken no more than three days prior to boarding a flight to the U.S
- Upon entry into the United States, individuals must quarantine for seven full days and undergo virus testing on day 3 – 5 or quarantine for 10-days without a test.
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- CDC guidelines for quarantining and isolation will be followed
- Should COVID-like symptoms develop, remain away from others (quarantine) until a diagnosis can be obtained.
- Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 are required to isolate for ten days.
- Unvaccinated individuals who are exposed to a COVID-positive individual are required to quarantine for ten days. Individuals who are tested on day five and receive a negative result are permitted to end their quarantine on day eight.
- Vaccinated individuals who are exposed to a COVID-positive individual are not required to quarantine. However, the person is expected to:
- Get tested 3-5 days after exposure, even if you don't have symptoms
- Wear a mask in public for 14 days following exposure OR until a negative test result is received
- Monitor their symptoms for 14 days and report to a medical provider should symptoms develop
- Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 are required to isolate for ten days, provided they are fever-free for the final 48 hours without the aid of medication. A contact tracer will be assigned. No testing is required at the end of isolation.
- The student should contact Health Services at 904-819-6211 if they test positive.
- Employees should contact HealthySaints@flagler.edu
- Students who are required to quarantine or isolate must work with their individual faculty to make up missed work and assignments. Courses are not recorded.
- Employees who are required to quarantine or isolate must either utilize PTO or obtain permission from their supervisor to work remotely.
Public Access to Campus
- The Flagler College campus is accessible to registered guests, event attendees, invited guests and Flagler College alumni and families.
- Access to certain areas of campus may be limited and a Flagler College ID may be required to access certain events or buildings.