While the COVID-19 pandemic has brought unique circumstances and challenges to institutions across the globe, Bradley University continues to uphold its core values of student success, knowledge and discovery, inclusiveness and connectivity, and excellence. The following decisions involved in having our students return to class will support their learning through a high-quality education, while implementing efforts to care for the health and safety of the entire Bradley family.
In-Person Learning - As an institution, we are looking for creative ways in which we can continue our emphasis and quality of in-person learning while respecting the health of all involved.
While in-person learning is a priority for the fall 2020 semester, we also must prepare to teach online. It is imperative that all instructors must be prepared to deliver their courses in a hybrid style. This highly flexible manner will allow us to meet classroom physical distancing guidelines and students’ potential needs. Accordingly, we will continue to develop quality remote and in-class learning opportunities with the assistance of technology. We will invest time, energy and finances toward seeking opportunities for improvement.
Available Resources - Inclusiveness is one of our core values and we will continue to focus efforts to grow towards this value. With that, we are seeking and acknowledging the individual needs of our students, faculty and staff. We will be prepared to help accommodate students and provide them a Bradley education where they are.
Additionally, we encourage all members of the Bradley family to familiarize themselves with COVID-19: What You Need to Know, a training module based on CDC guidance. Training on proper physical distancing, health guidelines and campus expectations will take place over the coming months for Bradley’s faculty, staff and students.
As this situation is fluid, all made decisions could change based on new information or guidelines.
Dr. Molly Cluskey, chair – Interim Dean, Education and Health Sciences
Anne Hollis – Executive Director, Student Support Services
Dr. Barb Kerns – Executive Director, Learning Design and Technology
Dr. Brad Brown – Chair, History
Dakota Horn – Lecturer and Basic Course Director, Communications
Haley Krus – Assistant Director of Public Relations
Dr. Helja Antola Crowe – Director, Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning
Dr. Jessica Clark – Associate Dean and Director, Nursing
Dr. Joshua Lewer – Chair, Economics
Dr. Marty Morris – Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Brandy Waye – Student
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.