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  • Home / News / Students must submit COVID documentation by Sept. 10 | Ursuline College - Liberal Arts Education in Ohio

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    Students must submit COVID documentation by Sept. 10

    August 19, 2021

    A Message from Deanne Hurley, Vice President for Student Affairs

    As the delta variant of COVID-19 sweeps our nation, we have decided to take additional measures to protect the health and safety of our entire campus community.

    All students registered for fall semester, both undergraduate and graduate, must email one of the following pieces of documentation to by Friday, September 10, or your registration will be dropped with no refund:

    • Picture of your vaccination card (both sides)
    • Proof of a negative COVID test, taken no more than 72 hours prior to the date you submit your documentation
    • Proof of a positive COVID test, taken no more than 90 days prior to the date you submit your documentation
    • Proof of exemption (which may only be obtained through working with Disability Specialist Morgan Holeski).

    Students must submit COVID documentation by Sept. 10

    Online-only students: the above documentation requirement does not apply to you if you are taking no classes on campus. However, if you do not submit this documentation, you may not come to campus for library needs, special events, visits to the business office, or any other reason.

    Our expectation is that all students will assess your health daily. If you have any COVID symptoms or are not feeling well, you will need to fill out the Student COVID Reporting Form and you should get tested before coming to class. If you test positive, use the COVID Reporting Form to contact us and we will advise you about the length of your isolation and the steps required to continue with your classes. We will also advise you to follow the instructions of your healthcare provider. You may also send questions to

    Please take some time today to submit your documentation to Remember, falsification of documents can lead to expulsion from Ursuline College.

    We are looking forward to a productive and healthy academic year and if we all do our part, that’s what we will have!