Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Indiana State University
Updated April 8, 2020, 8:25 a.m.
April 3 -- Letter from President Curtis extending time supervisors may allow staff to work from home
April 3 -- University Pay Guidelines for March 25-April 30, 2020 (revised April 3)
April 1 -- Human Resources posted information on employee rights through the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
March 31 -- ISU introduces new virtual campus tour and other enhancements for future Sycamores at indstate.edu/visit.
March 27 -- Video message from President Curtis to students.
March 27 -- President Curtis announced Friday that students will have the option of letter grades or satisfactory/unsatisfactory grading in the spring 2020 semester.
March 27 -- Important information for students on the U.S. Census during COVID-19.
March 26 -- ISU's Career Center created a site dedicated to student employment opportunities during COVID-19.
March 26 -- Cunningham Memorial Library will be closed through April 6 in accordance with Gov. Holcomb's stay-at-home order.
March 24 -- Statement regarding communication of positive COVID-19 cases connected to ISU
The leadership of Indiana State University understands the anxiety and concern of parents, students, and the entire campus community when, as happened Monday, there’s an announcement of a positive COVID-19 case connected to ISU.
Members of the campus community, understandably, wanted more information. But there is a legal limit to what ISU may disclose. Personal health information is subject to federal and state privacy laws, including HIPAA, and student educational records are protected by FERPA.
Local health departments are responsible for investigating and notifying the people with whom the infected individual had close contact. We ask the campus community not to speculate on anyone who might have had a positive test for COVID-19. Thank you for respecting the privacy of members of the ISU community.
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