Required daily health self-screening for all students, faculty and staff coming to campus.
As part of the NEST Plan, all staff, faculty, and students who need to physically be on campus or in SVSU residences, will be required to complete a brief, online assessment of symptoms and exposure risk prior to entering campus.
SVSU hosted a live virtual town hall for faculty and staff on Thursday, Aug. 13 at 1 p.m. The town hall provided updates on our preparations for the upcoming fall semester along with answering questions.
This fall, SVSU plans to be fully open and operational, with dedicated faculty and staff preparing for all the requirements necessary to do so safely across academics and campus activities.
We are excited to have our SVSU community back together again!
SVSU's small class sizes, caring faculty and staff, and modern housing and academic facilities allow for opportunities to make the adjustments necessary for welcoming students back to campus safely this fall. One thing that will not change is the high quality of education you expect from us.
Even with our best efforts, we may find continued disruption from COVID-19. SVSU's proactive response is the Cardinal NEST Plan, which defines how the university community will manage new expectations that prioritize the health, safety and education of students, faculty and staff.
Students and parents will be getting something new during this year's orientation – the NEST Plan Guidebook, which contains helpful information and resources for a safe return to campus.
Return to Campus Booklet (3,672KB)
The primary emphasis of the SVSU experience has always been, and will always be, on student success.
NEST Info Line