COVID-19 Protocols & Updates
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Misericordia University has taken steps to protect the health of our students, staff, faculty and community. In person instruction resumed on our main campus on August 20.
The University community is committed to doing its part to protect public health while still maintaining activities that are essential to its mission of education and community impact.
If you have a question or concern, please contact our COUGARCARE team at email@example.com or by phone at 570-674-8000. You can also use the inquiry form at the bottom of this page.
Visit the various links to view information specific to each audience.
Are you an approved visitor or vendor that is scheduled to come to campus? Please click here to review and complete the instructions necessary for a safe visit. Only pre-approved visitors should be on campus at this time as we manage the pandemic. Thank you.
Learn more about contact tracing and how we are keeping our community safe.
Scott Woolnough, Alternative Learning Program Coordinator, interviews Jill Dillon, Contact Tracer, on 10/16/20 to discuss the process of contact tracing at Misericordia University.
Matt Hinton, Assistant Director of the Student Success Center & Academic Student Support Services, interviews Kathleen "Kit" Foley, Vice President of Student Life, and Paul Nardone, Member of the Cougar Care Team on 10/20/20. The discussion explores how we are keeping our community safe.
In response to the Coronavirus health concern, the University assembled a Task Force to manage and communicate important information to our Misericordia community.
Please click on one of the graphic links above for COVID-19 information related to your role as a student, parent or family member, employee, or prospective student.
Please check back regularly for updated information.
Last Update: 10/29/2020
We understand members of the Misericordia community have many questions. The University is updating our frequently asked questions page on an ongoing basis. For questions not addressed on this page, please click the graphic below to access our submit a question form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we’re able.
Misericordia University hosted an interactive virtual faculty panel on Thursday April 30 to discuss COVID-19 and the wide-ranging impact this virus is having on our society.