“This is the product of collaboration between many parties on campus dealing with campus reopening”
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Campus Reform reports:
Trinity University threatens to suspend students for not social distancing
Students found to be in violation of Trinity University’s COVID-19 procedures may be suspended from the school, according to a recent email from the Dean of Students.
The policies regarding consequences for student conduct were included in a summary of protocols concerning student expectations developed by Trinity for the upcoming semester. The school plans to bring students back to campus using a hybrid model for classes, where some courses will remain in-person while others transition to being fully online.
“This is the product of collaboration between many parties on campus dealing with campus reopening,” Dean of Students David Tuttle said in an email message sent last week, obtained by Campus Reform.
According to the guidelines listed in Tuttle’s email, students who live in campus residence halls will be permitted to have one guest in their rooms at a time, and only guests from the same residence hall are allowed to visit. Residential Life staff members will document all observed violations.
Students who live off-campus are not to host open parties, although Trinity’s restrictions allow for small private gatherings with residents in the same building. Violations will be investigated.
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