Coronavirus Updates

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To say the least, 2020 was a year of chaos. But as the year closed we began to see the light. A new president-elect, a vaccine for the global pandemic and a turning point in which people and companies are seeing the end. But how do we move forward when we have just come out of a brutal year?… Read moreMoving forward from 2020

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The decision to live on campus amid the pandemic presents a challenge for many incoming and returning students. BGSU’s Chief Health Officer Ben Batey recommends that all on-campus students familiarize themselves with the quarantine and isolation process before returning to campus. Read moreWhat to do if you test positive for COVID-19 on campus

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BGSU football will not be playing against Ohio State or Illinois this fall. The Big Ten conference announced on Thursday their decision to limit fall sports, including football, hockey, volleyball and men’s and women’s soccer, to conference play only at this time due to widespread concern ov… Read moreBig Ten axes non-conference games, BGSU football loses two scheduled games

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COVID-19 caused many countries and states to go into lockdown. As quarantine has affected several businesses, it also put the Maurer Center construction slightly behind schedule. But it hasn’t negatively affected the Starbucks renovation or ‘Pub 1910’ in the Bowen Thompson Student Union. Read moreHow COVID-19 has affected construction and renovation projects on campus

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, in-person classes for fall semester will officially begin on Aug. 26 and end on Nov. 25. After Thanksgiving break students will resume their classes remotely from Nov. 30 to Dec 4. Finals week will continue in an online format from Dec. 7 to 11, BGSU Pre… Read moreBGSU resumes in-person classes for fall semester, cancels winter session