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SUNY Cobleskill Shifts to Online Only for Remainder of the Week

Written By Editor on 3/31/21 | 3/31/21

In collaboration with the Schoharie County Department of Health, SUNY Cobleskill is extending remote-only learning through the remainder of this week. Our mission as a campus community is to take care of one another, and not to shame. Attaching stigma to those in our community who contract COVID-19 will not help us overcome this pandemic. We can only do this through compassion and a shared sense of accountability.

It is our understanding that nearby, off-campus gatherings took place earlier this month, events that now show overlap between the attendees and the positive cases among our student body. These events have put our campus at risk and will continue to do so if they continue to occur at this present time.

Failure to abide by student conduct codes related to COVID-19 policies may result in temporary suspension from the College pending the outcome of the student conduct process. (See Page 3 of the "What Students Should Know" Document under SPRING 2021 PLAN on Further, students can face fines starting at $1,000 by the Department of Health if found in violation of COVID-19 regulations.

As you know, we have returned to Phase 1 of student engagement, which will be the case until further notice. Enhanced social distancing measures will remain in effect, no visiting within or between residence halls will be permitted, and all on-campus dining options will remain grab-and-go only.

Residential students who plan to leave for the weekend and have not yet submitted a pooled testing sample this week MUST test before they leave campus. Any students currently in, or in the future directed to enter, precautionary quarantine should return to pooled testing upon their release from quarantine.

Faculty members, it is vital that you strictly adhere to mask protocols while in class. Please read the expectations shared with you today by email related to COVID-19 and contact tracing.

- Send questions on COVID-19 testing to:
- Send questions on academic support to:
- Send questions on residence hall policy to:

Employee questions should be directed to Nicole Field in HR at CAS employees should contact their HR representative, Barbara Furlong, at

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