Coronavirus Information:
January Interim classes begin Jan. 4, 2021; spring semester classes start Jan. 27, 2021. Coronavirus safety protocols remain in place. More Info »

Coronavirus Information

Due to the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020-2021 school year will be unlike any in Bradley's history. To make our return as safe and efficient as possible, we followed the science of the virus. This summer, our teams spent hundreds of hours scenario planning and making decisions with the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff in mind.

The Return to Campus Team and its several subcommittees have created comprehensive expectations and guidelines — including the required use face coverings — for everyone returning to campus. Cleaning protocols have been enhanced based on CDC guidance. Classrooms, office spaces and other common areas have been measured and rearranged to ensure at least six feet of physical distance between people. Our COVID-19 testing, tracing, quarantine and isolation plans are in place, and we have outlined our considerations for pivoting to a fully-remote semester, should the need arise.

Ongoing updates and details are available in the communications section. If you have any questions, please send them to

Mandatory Campus Guidelines

Bradley has returned to pre-all-student quarantine teaching styles, but many of the restrictions from the all-student quarantine remain in place.

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COVID-19 Dashboard

Bradley's COVID-19 dashboard numbers indicate tests performed, positive cases, positivity rate, pending results and the students in isolation/quarantine for the previous seven days.

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This page is intended to provide information about the novel coronavirus, precautions that are being taken and prevention measures you can take, as well as information on the effects of measures various governments are taking to stem the outbreak.

This page is not intended to be all-encompassing and should not be considered to be providing medical or legal advice. In all instances, you should consult with a relevant expert for guidance specific to your circumstances.