Facilities, Services & Events
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No. From the early stages of the COVID response, President Chapdelaine promised the Class of 2020 that the commencement ceremony would still happen. After consultation with students, the commencement committee has rescheduled the ceremony for Saturday, Oct. 10. Diplomas will be mailed at the end of May. To read the full announcement, visit the commencement site.
Coblentz dining hall is open limited hours for the handful of students who remain on campus. It is open for take-out only from noon to 1 p.m. and 5 to 6 p.m. In compliance the the Governor's executive order, a mask or face covering must be worn while in the dining hall.
The mail room is open on Tuesday and Thursday mornings to receive mail. Office mail is distributed via the vice presidents.
All student mail has been delivered to their residence hall room. Please check Amazon and other delivery services to ensure that your address has been updated. The College will not forward mail. It will be available for you when you move out of your room.
As with every other office, staff are working remotely and are available via email. Accounts payable personnel are on campus once a week to process checks. If you have a specific question, please contact Denise Watkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On March 16, the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) Presidents announced their unanimous decision to cancel all spring athletics practices and competition through the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year, including the remainder of its winter and spring championships.