The latest communications about fall semester 2021 to Sewanee undergraduate students, sharing information on COVID-19 efforts, including vaccinations, testing, campus life, health and travel guidance, and academic programming.

 This information is current as of 5 p.m. on July 19, 2021.

Updates for Undergraduate Students

July 19: Options for testing before arrival on campus

A letter to College students offered a streamlined process for "onboarding" testing and reminded them of the University's vaccination policy.

July 8: Vaccination policy reminder

A letter was sent to new and returning College students, reminding them of the University's vaccination policy.  

June 25: Vaccination and testing strategy for fall

A letter was sent to new and returning students, outlining the University's COVID-19 containment strategy for the fall semester. For the coming academic year, the University’s strategy will rely largely on vaccinations rather than weekly testing of all students.

April 12: Sewanee’s COVID-19 Planning for Fall 2021

As efforts to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic nationwide continue to progress, Dean Papillon wrote students in the college to update them on the University's plans for the fall semester. Read more about important elements of our current plan plan for the fall.