Coronavirus Information:
Bradley University will continue on-campus, in-person classes for the spring 2021 semester with limited restrictions.

Important News

Bradley University Plans to Return to Traditional Residential In-Person Education for Fall 2021

Bradley University plans to return to the traditional residential education with in-person, face-to-face, on-campus learning and activities for the fall 2021 semester and beyond.

No Homework Days Reminder

I am writing to remind you of the University’s commitment to implement two no homework days this semester.

Employee COVID-19 Asymptomatic Testing Available on Campus

Bradley Health Services will open a limited number of asymptomatic COVID-19 testing spots for full-time employees who are physically present on campus during the spring semester.

Campus Restrictions to Loosen Tuesday

Congratulations on a successful start to the spring semester.

Campus Restrictions to Loosen Tuesday

We’re happy to report the number of positive COVID-19 cases on campus is relatively low, as is the number of students in quarantine and isolation.

COVID-19 Vaccination Update

As you may be aware, the State of Illinois has approved anyone who falls into Phase 1A or 1B to receive the COVID-19 vaccination.

Bradley Unite for Spring 2021

President Standifird and Student Body President Hoyhyta share some encouragement for spring 2021.

Welcome Back Bradley Students

Once again, it’s time for all of us in the Bradley family to unite as we start this new semester.

Spring COVID-19 Testing Strategy

We’ve been working hard to get ready for your return with your health and wellbeing a top priority.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Many of you have asked about COVID-19 vaccinations. Bradley University Health Services does not have vaccines available on campus, but is working closely with the Peoria City/County Health Department on behalf of the entire campus community.

We are Ready for the Spring Semester

We embark on the spring 2021 semester with many lessons learned about operating and living in a pandemic.

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