The campus is open to visitors in outdoor spaces. Visitors may enter buildings on supervised tours with masks and physical distancing.
Contractors, vendors or other visitors essential to College business may work indoors on campus with masks and physical distancing.
Physical distance is recommended for those interacting with others for extended periods of time.
Unvaccinated students who have not been continuously in residence at Bryn Mawr College are required to quarantine in their rooms or residences for 10 days upon arrival, regardless of the place of travel origin.
This may be reduced to a seven-day quarantine if the student reports to Beth Kotarski of the Health Center a negative test between days five and seven of the quarantine. Testing will not be provided on campus.
Vaccinated students can engage in domestic travel and non-essential, unrestricted indoor activities.
Once students are in residence for the summer, international travel is not permitted if students will be returning to campus any time before the start of the Fall semester.
All students will wear masks and physically distance from others in the common areas of residence halls and in campus work settings, unless in a work setting where all are vaccinated and where there is a consensus to relax these practices (see below).
Students should continue to monitor their symptoms daily and call the COVID nurse advice line at (610) 517-4921 promptly if they experience any symptoms that could indicate COVID-19.
Postbac Pre-Med, Graduate or Other Non-Residential Students
Masks and physical distance must be maintained in all classrooms and class activities.
Students should continue to monitor their symptoms daily and should refrain from coming to campus if they experience any symptoms that could indicate COVID-19 until they receive a negative COVID test.
Non-residential students may engage in personal domestic travel and return to the classroom/campus without quarantine.
Non-residential students must quarantine for a minimum of 5 days after returning from international travel AND also receive a negative test result 5-6 days after returning to the U.S. before returning to on-campus class/activities.
Employees should ramp up to a normal level of in-person work in June and July, resuming a normal level of in-person activity on campus on or before August 16.
Employees should continue to maintain 2020-21 permissible workspace occupancies, masking, and physical distancing practices unless otherwise specified by their supervisor.
Employees may relax these practices only with explicit consensus of all employees in a workspace. College-sponsored domestic travel will resume June 1st. College-sponsored international travel must be approved by Chief Financial Officer & Chief Administrative Officer Kari Fazio and/or Provost Tim Harte.
Employees should continue to monitor their symptoms daily and should refrain from coming to campus if they experience any symptoms that could indicate COVID-19 until they receive a negative COVID test. Employees should also notify Don Abramowitz of Environmental Health and Safety.
Unvaccinated employees who are exposed to COVID-19 through a close contact should refrain from coming to campus and notify Don Abramowitz of Environmental Health and Safety.
Faculty and staff must quarantine for a minimum of 5 days after returning from international travel AND also receive a negative test result 5-6 days after returning to the U.S. before returning to on-campus work. Employees should notify Don Abramowitz of Environmental Health and Safety of their negative test.