Sullivan University's Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Informational Webpage
Sullivan University officials are continuing to monitor the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and its presence in Louisville, Lexington and surrounding areas. Sullivan University is following its Pandemic Preparedness Plan along with guidance and recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and local and state health authorities. While officials have taken steps to minimize exposure to the Sullivan University community, it is important that everyone do their part to help minimize the potential spread of the virus. Sullivan University strongly encourages all students, faculty, staff, and visitors to become familiar with prevention and self-isolation protocols and procedures announced by the CDC.
Sullivan University’s campus buildings and offices are open. Students, faculty, staff, and visitors should complete a self-screening for any Covid-19 symptoms prior to entering any campus facility. They should also practice social distancing and proper hand hygiene, and wear a mask and any other appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) at all times while in a public area of the building. With the wide availability of Covid-19 vaccines, the institution plans to return a much broader offering of on-campus courses with the start of the summer term in June. Sullivan University strongly encourages the vaccine, but we do not require it of students, faculty, staff, or visitors.
Incoming, new students with questions should reach out to their Admissions Advisor. Active students who may have a question or need may reach out to the following departments by email or phone: