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Fall 2022

Welcome Weekend is Saturday, August 27 -Sunday, August 28, and we can’t wait to see you on campus! Here are a few important pieces of information you need to know.

All students are required to have received the initial COVID-19 vaccination(s), 1 or 2 shot series, or have an approved exemption on file.  Additional information can be found here Please submit your most recent COVID-related documents via your student portal as soon as you are able.

Should you experience possible COVID-19 symptoms, test positive for COVID-19, would like to test for COVID-19, or need guidance please call the University’s COVID information line at 207-992-1919 or submit a self-assessment via the Eagle Safe app.

Masks will be considered optional on campus, at this time, except in locations that are “clearly marked or communicated otherwise.” Exceptions include healthcare settings and in classrooms where faculty members indicate that facemasks are an ongoing requirement in their classes.

In an effort to be a good community member, we encourage all students to wear masks if they believe they may potentially transmit the virus to others.

An exposure occurs when one is within 6 feet of a COVID-19 positive individual, for an accumulation of 15 minutes within a 24-hour period, while not wearing masks. 

We ask that all students follow CDC recommendations for exposures.  For the most up to date information, visit the Maine CDC's Isolation/Quarantine webpage. 

If you begin to experience symptoms and/or need guidance, please call the University’s COVID information line at 207-992-1919 or submit a self-assessment via the Eagle Safe app to discuss options and next steps. 

Any student who tests positive for COVID-19 will notify the university by submitting an Eagle Safe self-assessment or call the University’s COVID information line at 207-992-1919.  Any student who tests positive for COVID-19 will need to isolate.  Isolation will last 5 full days after the date of the positive test, and may be extended based upon symptoms.

Residential students who are not able to travel home or to an off-campus location to complete their isolation will isolate in place.  Commuter students will not be eligible to be on campus until completion of their isolation period.

Students who are in isolation are encouraged to communicate with their faculty/advisor to discuss options for continued learning while in isolation.  The Provost’s Office will be made aware of students’ isolation timelines, to notify the students’ faculty.

Students will be responsible for notifying any others who may have been exposed. 

For the most up to date information on symptoms and isolation, visit the Maine CDC's Isolation/Quarantine webpage. 

Updates will be communicated to students via their Husson email. Students are encouraged to continue to monitor this page throughout the coming semester.

Students’ family members who would like to receive important COVID-19, notifications are asked to sign up for the Husson Family Newsletter.

2022 Fall Semester Academic Calendar

Classes Begin 8/29/2022
Labor Day - No Classes 9/5/2022
Fall Break 10/10/2022-10/11/2022
Thanksgiving Break 11/23/2022-11/25/2022
Classes End 12/12/2022
Final Exams 12/13/2022-12/16/2022

Read Full 2022-23 Academic Calendar