News: School of Modern Languages Leads Campus Health Initiative for All Students
Posted March 12, 2020
The School of Modern Languages has led a hand-sanitizing campaign providing sanitizers to all students within the School. Faculty have been provided with sanitizers and have been encouraged to distribute them widely in their classes. Students have also been informed to stop by the front office and grab additional sanitizers as needed.
Official signage from the Institute’s “hand-washing steps" campaign has been displayed throughout the building reminding students to wash their hands and outlining best practices. The School encourages students in need of disinfecting sanitizers to stop by the Swann Building administrative office to obtain sanitizers while supplies last.
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Update: Please note, the Swann Building will not be open to the public at this time. We will update you as we learn more.
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