COVID-19 Training for Students

Recently, we asked you to fill out a survey about your first week of school. In a nutshell, many of you shared concerns about health, safety, and the ability to take classes in a format that works for you. We have carefully reviewed the feedback provided, and we are already making changes to improve your experience.

We want to do everything we can to protect you and keep our classrooms and services available in-person, but we need your help. We can all continue to do our part to stay healthy and to protect one another. Last week, I saw Bengals across campus wearing face coverings, observing physical distancing, and working hard to keep our campus safe. Thank you for caring for our community.
With the safety and well-being of all Bengals in mind, the University has developed a Responding to COVID-19 training for students. Our faculty and staff were required to complete a similar training. This video was developed to ensure that you have critical information related to safety procedures and COVID-19 exposure. The information provided in this video training is essential for our shared duty to keep campus healthy. We ask that all students review this training by clicking the video below.
Looking ahead to the rest of this semester, please remember to follow the Bengal Pledge. Wear your face covering on campus, both indoors and outdoors. Observe physical distancing guidelines. Wash your hands. While we are not able to eliminate all of the risks related to COVID-19, we can significantly mitigate its spread. 
Remember, your actions affect the entire Bengal community. Thank you again for your commitment to a safe, healthy semester. 
Roar, Bengals, Roar!
Lyn Redington
Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
Idaho State
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