Important Notices

  • UPDATE: On May 4, 2022, the University announced all students, faculty, and staff who are eligible, are required to attest that they are up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines, which currently means the primary series and one booster shot, by Aug. 1, 2022.
  • On March 4, 2022 the University made changes to its masking policy. Masking in indoor spaces is now optional with the exceptions noted in the update.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic remains an ongoing public health concern, and we recognize that circumstances could change before or during the semester; the University will continue to monitor federal, state, and local conditions and may adjust its policies as needed.
  • A campus-wide COVID-19 vaccination requirement went into full effect during the 2021 fall semester. Exceptions were made for legitimate medical and religious reasons. Vaccine boosters are strongly encouraged for all who are eligible.
  • Please see the FAQ for more information.
READ spring 2022 UPDATES FOR undergraduate STUDENTS
Read 2021-22 updates for the school of theology
READ spring 2022 UPDATES FOR FACULTY, STAFF, AND COMMUNITY

Important Information

Frequently Asked Questions: college

FAQs to help provide our students and families with the most current information.

Frequently Asked Questions: Employees

Useful resources for employees including FAQs, interim policies, testing information, and links to health information resources.

Campus Visitors & Prospective Students

Campus is open to visitors! We are offering self-guided and guided tours to high school students of all ages in the morning and afternoon. Can't make it to campus? Check out our virtual visit options. 

Sewanee Emergency Fund

The Sewanee Emergency Relief Fund provides flexible support for University students, faculty, staff, and the Sewanee community affected by COVID-19. The fund is administered by the Office of the Vice-Chancellor and the Dean of Students Office.