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Protect the Hive: COVID-19 Planning and Resources

Campus Guidelines and Restrictions

The College continues to follow the recommendations and restrictions set forth by the CDC, State of Michigan and local health officials. Kalamazoo County is now classified at the “high” community transmission level for COVID-19.

Health and Safety

  • 2021 Homecoming and Reunions: All age-eligible alumni and guests are required to be fully vaccinated or have a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of arrival. Click here for details.
  • Protect the Hive: Fall 2021 Health Protocols
  • You can find the latest guidance on health protocols for residential living on the COVID-19 Policies and Guidance for Residential Living page. 
  • Kalamazoo College is requiring all employees, students and visitors to wear face coverings while indoors in shared spaces, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status. Individuals who are not fully vaccinated, those who are feeling ill and those who may feel more comfortable doing so are strongly encouraged to mask outdoors, as well.

Academics

  • Fall 2021: All classes have returned to an in-person format. While some professors may incorporate virtual learning components into their classes, students should not expect to attend their classes virtually or have access to recordings of classes.

Employee Information

Campus Contact Information


Public Health Information


Stop the spread, protect those at risk, maintain social distance, cover coughs, stay safe, work & learn online, wear face covers, help each other, wash your hands

Messages to the Kalamazoo College Community

Update to K’s Mask Protocols

Dear Students and Families, We wanted to share with you that effective today, Kalamazoo College is requiring all employees, students and visitors to wear face coverings while indoors in shared spaces, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status. Individuals who are not fully vaccinated, those who are feeling ill and those who may feel more comfortable doing…

Continue Reading Update to K’s Mask Protocols

Questions?

Please continue to send your questions to info@kzoo.edu, and they will be answered as soon as possible.