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Converse fall 2020 classesConverse’s COVID-19 Response Team has been diligently and carefully planning for a safe return to campus this fall. As our returning and new students and employees diligently observe our campus protocols, we will continue to take the appropriate preventative measures to do all that we can to ensure a safe and successful fall term for you. Converse is well-positioned to offer a safe educational environment. We care for the well-being of the Converse family and our community.

To minimize your potential exposure to COVID-19, we strongly encourage you to isolate yourself from others outside of your immediate household at least 14 days prior to your return to Converse campus.

Be sure to bookmark this page; we will update it regularly and continue to communicate with you here and via email over the coming weeks as we further refine plans to return to campus.

How is the campus preparing the campus for in-person classes this fall?

Our staff began a phased return to campus in June, with the Admissions, Financial Planning, Registrar, and Student Life teams testing out newly implemented protocols. Staff members on campus are wearing face coverings and adhering to social distancing protocols. Employees also are submitting self-screening health checks daily. Safety shields are being utilized in customer service areas to separate visitors from staff, and the Budd Group is frequently cleaning and wiping down high-touch areas as well as setting up self-help sanitation areas around campus.

To do all this safely and successfully, Converse is making changes to the way its campus community lives, studies, and works, and the College is reconfiguring residential, classroom and office facilities to make it possible. Read more about those improvements here.

Watch this video to see how we’re preparing for Fall 2020 on campus:

Do I have to self-screen? Do faculty and staff need to self-screen too?

Students, faculty, and staff are required to answer a daily online questionnaire before they leave their residence hall, come onto Converse property, or engage in Converse activities that asks: if they are awaiting results of a COVID-19 test; whether they have tested positive for COVID-19; whether they have been exposed to someone who has tested positive; and whether they have any symptoms of COVID-19.

Can students opt to stay home and do all Fall classes remotely?

We are providing our students and faculty the opportunity to select an online study option or other alternative options should they prefer this or need to due to health reasons. This includes those who are deemed vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus pursuant to CDC guidelines.  Students who are in vulnerable population groups or who are very concerned about returning to the on-campus classroom may request an accommodation for online courses here.

My family has been affected by COVID-19 financially and I may not be able to afford the cost of attendance. What options do I have?

Students facing this situation should contact the Office of Financial Planning to discuss options for additional financial aid.

Fall Academic Calendar

The new 2020 fall academic calendar is as follows:

  • Converse’s 2020 fall term will begin on Monday, August 17, one week earlier than originally scheduled.
  • Classes will be held on Monday, September 7 (Labor Day) and Monday – Tuesday, October 12 and 13 (previously designated as Fall Break).
  • The last day of classes will be Friday, November 20.
  • Final exams will begin on Saturday, November 21, and continue through Tuesday, November 24.
  • Residential students will be expected to move out of residential halls by the end of the day on Tuesday, November 24.
  • The Thanksgiving and holiday break will begin Wednesday, November 25, and continue until January 3, 2021. Jan term begins on Monday, January 4, 2021.

Converse’s courses for the 2020 fall term will have the necessary online components should administrators have to adjust the academic schedule again due to a resurgence of the virus, with the understanding that some courses such as laboratories and performances may not be able to be completely moved online.

To minimize your potential exposure to COVID-19, we strongly encourage you to isolate yourself from others outside of your immediate household at least 14 days prior to your return.

How will move-in day be affected?

Details regarding scheduling a move in time will be emailed to students and posted on My.Converse.edu. Students can schedule a move-in time slot here.  Students are limited to no more than 2 guests with them during move-in.  Students must move in only during their scheduled time.

When can I move in?
Student Move-In Dates

  • Aug 4: Community Advisor Staff
  • Aug 5: Orientation Leader Staff
  • Aug 10-11: Trailblazers
  • Aug 11-12: New Student Move-In
  • Aug 13-15: Returning Student Move-In

How many people can help me move in? Will Converse have a move-in team this year to assist me? 

Students may have up to 2 guests during move in.  Guests may help students unpack their belongings after their move in time but must leave by 8:00 PM.  Guests must follow college social distancing guidelines and wear a mask/face covering at all times while on campus. Guests that do not follow campus guidelines may be asked to leave campus. Students are encouraged to bring their own equipment to move in. The college can not move items for students and will not have a move-in team this Fall.

What if I chose the ‘Pack My Stuff’ option when I left during the Spring term?

Students that chose the “Pack My Stuff” option during spring closing may pick up their items during their scheduled move in time. The college can not move items for students.

Should I do anything prior to returning to campus this Fall?

Social distancing is crucial. Students are advised to minimize their contacts with persons outside of their household 14 days prior to arrival on campus or start of classes.  Students should avoid engaging in parties and large scale events during the 14 days prior to arrival on campus or start of classes.

Do I have to take a COVID test prior to returning to campus?

The guidance that we have from the SC Dept of Health and Environmental control is not to require asymptomatic testing. Testing may give people a false sense of security since not everyone carrying the virus has symptoms, The test is just a snapshot in time. We want everyone to be vigilant and continue to wear a mask and physically distance. Keeping our campus safe is a team effort.

How many masks should I bring with me?

We will provide you with one, reusable mask. We suggest you bring 7 to 10 additional reusable masks, and wash them after every use.

Do I have to wear a face-covering? Where do I have to wear it?

After careful consideration of  CDC recommendations, the College requires all students and employees to wear a face-covering or mask when in the presence of others and in indoor public settings (e.g., common workspaces, meeting rooms, classrooms, etc.) or outdoor public settings where social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. Appropriate use of face masks or coverings is critical in minimizing risks to others near you. You could spread COVID-19 to others even if you do not feel sick. The mask or cloth face covering is not a substitute for social distancing. Masks/face coverings are to be worn and social distancing is to be maintained at all times in shared campus community spaces such as kitchens, common areas, copier rooms, meeting rooms, and bathrooms.

What will classes/classrooms look like now?

Classroom assignments have been modified whenever possible to allow for social distancing of students.  Students may not enter a classroom if they are not wearing a face mask. Classroom buildings will have directional signage to encourage one-way traffic flow in stairwells and at entry/exit points.  Students may be asked to aid in the disinfecting of desks/work areas after classes.  Students should not congregate in the hallways or common areas and should follow social distancing guidelines.  Hand sanitizer will be available in classrooms.  Classes may utilize a variety of formats/teaching practices so students should check their email for communications on any changes.

Will any classes be taught outside?

Converse has established outdoor learning environments for this fall. We will introduce three outdoor classroom spaces outside Carmichael Hall, between Pell and Dexter and also in front of Blackman Hall facing the Quad. These spaces will also be available for clubs and organizations to meet. You can reserve a space on my.converse.edu via the Room Reservation system.

What if I return to campus for classes this Fall Term, but change my mind and want to take all my classes online during the semester? Can I do that? Yes, we have intentionally prepared a highly flexible learning model that allows you to choose the best mode of learning for you. If you would like accommodations, fill out the form here. A case manager for student success will contact you with next steps.

Can I take some classes in-person and some classes online this fall?

Yes. You can request accommodations here.

What if the faculty member teaching my in-person class opts to teach remotely?

If a faculty member is accommodated to teach online, we are going to schedule that course as a solely online course, for the entire semester. We will not schedule students in a classroom without a faculty member physically present. Students affected by the format change will be notified before the Fall term begins. Faculty will actively work with students throughout the semester to ensure a successful learning experience.

What is the status of Winter 2021 study-travel programs?

2021 Jan term study-travel programs have been canceled.

How do we report if a classroom or lab setting is not following proper safety protocols?

You may contact Dean Boone Hopkins or Dr. Jeff Barker if you feel safety protocols are not being adhered to on-campus.

What will happen to my internship or student teaching if Fall has to be partially or fully completed online?

Internships will move forward on an individual basis, either online or in-person, taking into account the public health conditions and the willingness of the internship site to continue to receive interns. Cathy Gowan will work with each student on their internship.

Student teaching will follow the guidance of the State Department of Education and individual school districts, keeping in mind public health conditions.

What happens to my work-study if Fall has to be partially or fully completed online?

The federal work-study program and the ability to receive payments under that program will depend upon your status as a student, whether you can continue to work given Converse’s status, and the federal government’s guidance.

If I have to be isolated or quarantined due to COVID-19, how can I still ensure I’ll be academically successful?

Converse faculty and staff want you to succeed. You can move your class to be online-only if you become ill. If you become seriously ill, you can take a medical withdrawal without penalty. Communication with your faculty members is the key to success.

Do I have to wear a face-covering? Where do I have to wear it?

After careful consideration of  CDC recommendations, the College requires all students and employees to wear a face-covering or mask when in the presence of others and in indoor public settings (e.g., common workspaces, meeting rooms, classrooms, etc.) or outdoor public settings where social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. Appropriate use of face masks or coverings is critical in minimizing risks to others near you. You could spread COVID-19 to others even if you do not feel sick. The mask or cloth face covering is not a substitute for social distancing. Masks/face coverings are to be worn and social distancing is to be maintained at all times in shared campus community spaces such as kitchens, common areas, copier rooms, meeting rooms, and bathrooms. All students will receive one Converse-themed washable mask upon their return to campus.

Do I have to wear a face-covering in my room?

No, you don’t have to wear it in your room, but you are advised to wear it in the hallway/bathrooms/communal spaces of your residence hall.

Do employees have to wear a face mask in shared spaces if they are the only person present?

When other employees are present, it is recommended that employees wear a mask in shared spaces. It is required that employees wear a face mask in the shared space, even if they are the only person in the room. Individual circumstances can be evaluated on a case-by-case basis in consultation with Human Resources.

Will we have to take a COVID test prior to returning to campus?

The guidance that we have from the SC Dept of Health and Environmental control is not to require asymptomatic testing. Testing may give people a false sense of security since not everyone carrying the virus has symptoms, The test is just a snapshot in time. We want everyone to be vigilant and continue to wear a mask and physically distance. Keeping our campus safe is a team effort.

How many masks should I bring with me?

We will provide you with one, reusable mask. We suggest you bring 7 to 10 additional reusable masks, and wash them after every use.

Can I request a room change?

In most cases, housing assignments will not be changed during the fall term. In some rare instances, students who already have a housing assignment for the fall term may need to move based on their requests for housing accommodations and our ability to fulfill their needs in their currently assigned space. Upon arrival, students with extenuating circumstances may address concerns and requests with their Resident Director or the Director of Residential Life and Student Conduct.

Can I have visitors and overnight guests in my room/residence hall this fall?

Students may not have off-campus guests or overnight guests in their rooms.  You may visit with guests in common areas and outside.

Students are encouraged to socialize outdoors or in common spaces with guests or friends who live in other residence halls.  Common area spaces in the residence halls like study spaces, lobbies, computer labs, and kitchens will be open. All common areas will have posted maximum capacity occupation limits. Students are expected to abide by social distancing protocols when in commons spaces. In an effort to assist students with distancing, we have reduced and rearranged furniture in commons spaces and posted signs with limited capacity requirements.

Students should follow posted guidelines that will help identify paths of travel to prevent close interactions and maximum capacity limitations in common spaces. The success of our Return to Campus Plan hinges on all of us working together to follow posted guidelines and practice healthy behaviors like wearing a mask in public spaces.

What will dining look like now?

Dining services is adapting operations to incorporate physical distancing, enhanced sanitization protocols, and modified service style. While our dining facilities may look different, know that the focus on the safety and well-being of the Converse community has never been stronger.

Gee Dining Hall will observe social distancing by offering scheduled meal times, decreasing capacity, reimaging serving stations and removing self-service items. Tables and chairs will be removed or shifted to account for physical distancing recommendations and procedures as put forth by state regulatory departments. Directional signage will be laid down on flooring to create clear pathways for location entrance, station queue points, location flow, and location exit areas. Plexiglass will be installed where needed throughout the dining hall.

Plates and metal silverware will be removed from service areas and will be replaced with disposable products to limit potential spread of biological contaminants. All items will be served in disposable containers and then passed to the guest; each station will require a new container to reduce contact.

All self-service salad and dessert stations will no longer exist and will be converted into prepackaged in-house prepared items that will be individually wrapped. All condiments will be served in individual containers. All beverage systems will be adjusted to be attendant-poured beverages.

As a precautionary measure, all employees will be required to follow check-in procedures that will ensure that prescribed health standards are met at a minimum before their workday begins. Employees will wash their hands and have to complete a self-evaluation prior to starting their work shift. Appropriate personal protection will be worn by all employees based on their role and responsibilities and in adherence to state and local regulations and guidance. Training on how to properly use, proper laundering and dispose of all personal protective gear will be mandatory. Every employee entering the dining locations will be required to wear a mask while on site.

All employees will change gloves frequently, including after handwashing and in between tasks. There will be increased frequency of swapping serving utensils and platters during and after service times, with full sanitizing and disinfecting of food contact surface areas, serving areas, cooler door handles. Service stations, service carts, beverage stations, counters, handrails, will be sanitized frequently.

Self-Service buffets will no longer be an option. Staff would need to serve guests off the buffet or use plated options. All events will need to follow social distancing guidelines. The assumption is that catering will not be encouraged on campus for the fall semester.

Will you provide disinfecting supplies to students?

Students will need to provide supplies for their individual spaces or in suites or apartments.

Do I need to bring a thermometer?

Yes, you will need to bring your own thermometer since we require that you take and report your temperature daily.

I’m part of a club/ organization that meets on campus. How many people can meet in a room? Do we have to physically distance? There will be signs in communal areas advising you of the maximum capacity for that specific area. Physical distancing is expected within these spaces, as well as wearing a face covering. We are depending on you to follow the guidelines in order to keep our campus community safe.

Are convocations still required?

Yes, but they will look different this year and have remote-only options for students learning virtually. They will not be the traditional convocations, but will still allow students to engage with the community and have diverse conversations and learning experiences.

What do I do if I see someone (student/faculty/staff) not adhering to safety/social distancing guidelines on campus?

Gently remind the person of the guidelines and that they signed an agreement to follow the rules.  If that doesn’t work, remind them of your obligation under the Honor Code to report them if they do not follow those rules.  Finally, notify the Dean of Students Office.

Campus Store

The online store is accessible 24/7 and offers free shipping on many items.

The on-campus store is open Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am – 5 pm *Be sure to wear a face-covering and adhere to physical distancing protocols.

For questions please call or email Alex Talley:

Phone: 864-596-9453 or 864-596-9454

Email: 1484mgr@follett.com

Financial Planning

The Office of Financial Planning will be open during Fall term, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am – 5 pm  You can also email financial.planning@converse.edu. The Director and Associate Director are available for Zoom, GoogleHangouts, or FaceTime meetings if you would rather meet virtually.

Gee Dining Hall

Gee Dining Hall is closed for the summer.

Dining services is adapting operations to incorporate physical distancing, enhanced sanitization protocols, and modified service style. While our dining facilities may look different, know that the focus on the safety and well-being of the Converse community has never been stronger.

Gee Dining Hall will observe social distancing by offering scheduled meal times, decreasing capacity, reimaging serving stations and removing self-service items. Tables and chairs will be removed or shifted to account for physical distancing recommendations and procedures as put forth by state regulatory departments. Directional signage will be laid down on flooring to create clear pathways for location entrance, station queue points, location flow, and location exit areas. Plexiglass will be installed where needed throughout the dining hall.

Plates and metal silverware will be removed from service areas and will be replaced with disposable products to limit the potential spread of biological contaminants. All items will be served in disposable containers and then passed to the guest; each station will require a new container to reduce contact.

All self-service salad and dessert stations will no longer exist and will be converted into prepackaged in-house prepared items that will be individually wrapped. All condiments will be served in individual containers. All beverage systems will be adjusted to be attendant-poured beverages.

As a precautionary measure, all employees will be required to follow check-in procedures that will ensure that prescribed health standards are met at a minimum before their workday begins. Employees will wash their hands and have to complete a self-evaluation prior to starting their work shift.
Appropriate personal protection will be worn by all employees based on their role and responsibilities and in adherence to state and local regulations and guidance. Training on how to properly use, proper laundering and dispose of all personal protective gear will be mandatory. Every employee entering the dining locations will be required to wear a mask while on site.

Proper handwashing will happen frequently. All employees will change gloves frequently, including after handwashing and in between tasks. There will be an increased frequency of swapping serving utensils and platters during and after service times, with full sanitizing and disinfecting of food contact surface areas, serving areas, cooler door handles. Service stations, service carts, beverage stations, counters, handrails, will be sanitized frequently.

Catering will focus on deliveries and take out options using disposables only. Self-service buffets will no longer be an option. Staff would need to serve guests off the buffet or use plated options. All events will need to follow social distancing guidelines. The assumption is that catering will not be encouraged on campus for the fall semester.

Mail Room

Fall term hours: Monday through Friday 8:30-12:30, 1:30-4:45*. *Be sure to wear a face-covering and adhere to physical distancing protocols.

Student Mailbox Access: All day, 7 days a week

Mickel Library

LIBRARY HOURS SUSPENDED UNTIL AUGUST 17, 2020

Essential library personnel will be available Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. through the “Ask a Librarian” service. We can also be reached by phone at 864.596.9071. Regular access to the library by phone or to the library building in person will resume on Monday, August 17. The specific schedule will be announced soon.

If you have any items checked out from Mickel Library with a due date between March 15, 2020, and the end of the term, those due dates were extended to May 14, 2020.

Please feel free to contact the library staff at mickel.library@converse.edu or through Ask a Librarian if you have any questions about your patron account.

Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar will be open during Fall term, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am- 5 pm to assist faculty, staff and students.  Be sure to wear a face-covering and adhere to physical distancing protocols. Please wait outside the door if another person is being assisted by the staff.  You may also send an email to registrar@converse.edu for assistance.

Wellness Center

Visits are APPOINTMENT ONLY. We are not accepting any walk-in appointments. All patients must call 864.596.9258 or email in advance so that the Wellness Center can screen you prior to coming in.

IF YOU HAVE A FEVER AND RESPIRATORY ISSUES PLEASE LET US KNOW WHEN YOU CALL.

Converse has received a grant to assist students in having real-time access to healthcare. Effective July 1, we have deployed iSelectMD, a service that allows students to have 24/7 access to tele-healthcare for COVID-19 concerns as well as many other non-urgent, acute illnesses. This service is only available to currently enrolled Converse students. Click here to learn more.

What if I am diagnosed with COVID-19 during the Fall semester? Will I have to leave campus?

Students whose permanent residence is within a 3-hour drive of campus will be strongly encouraged to return home.  Residential students who are unable to safely return home either because of their own situation or because of a vulnerable person at home can reside on campus in an isolation room until they are cleared to return to their rooms.

What happens if there’s another COVID-19 outbreak in the Fall?

If the outbreak is serious and exceeds Converse’s capacity to quarantine, then Converse will revert to a hybrid learning scenario where most courses will take place online.

For less severe outbreaks, students who are symptomatic or who test positive and whose permanent residence are within 3 hours of Converse will be asked to return home, if it is safe for them to do so.  The remaining students will be quarantined if exposed and isolated if symptomatic or confirmed to be positive.  Courses will be delivered online for students who are isolated or quarantined.

How is Converse assessing risk levels on campus and within the community?

The COVID-19 Response Team has developed a 5-level system that assesses the risk of COVID-19 community spread. The COVID-19 Response Team will continually evaluate our current level based on information that we receive from DHEC, campus reports, and other relevant stakeholders and will provide updates should the level of risk change. We are currently at LEVEL 3 on the Converse campus.

Level 4 – Statewide stay-at-home orders are in place OR the Spartanburg community and/or College’s conditions make it imperative to shift to eliminate all unnecessary activity and interactions on campus. Classes will shift to virtual/remote. All non-essential personnel will work from home. Students may be encouraged to temporarily move home or to an off-campus location; exceptions may be made for students due to visa requirements or home situations.

Level 3 – The College is open; however, at times, additional time-limited restrictions may be added in order to prevent the College from raising to a higher level. Possible restrictions include (but are not limited to) asking students and employees to stay home for a short period of time; greater limits on community access, increased PPE use, and elevated precautions. High-risk individuals may be asked to limit their presence on campus.

Level 2 – The College and the community of Spartanburg are operating with moderate-to-low confirmed cases of COVID-19. The College is open, though protective measures are actively in place. The underlying threat of outbreak remains, but the prevalence of the virus is moderate- to-low and contact tracing capabilities are robust enough to serve the College.

Level 1 – The College and the community of Spartanburg can operate normally in a high-density environment. The College is open and many protective measures are still actively in place. The underlying threat of outbreak remains, but the spread of infection is low, or the effects of the disease have been ameliorated by treatment or mutation, and contact tracing capabilities are robust enough to allow some policies to be relaxed.

Level 0 – Once vaccines and/or highly-effective treatments are approved and widely available, and there is low circulation of coronavirus, prevention practices can be gradually lifted.

Will we have to take a COVID test prior to returning to campus?

The guidance that we have from the SC Dept of Health and Environmental control is not to require asymptomatic testing. Testing may give people a false sense of security since not everyone carrying the virus has symptoms, The test is just a snapshot in time. We want everyone to be vigilant and continue to wear a mask and physically distance. Keeping our campus safe is a team effort.

Do I have to wear a face-covering? Where do I have to wear it?

After careful consideration of CDC recommendations, the College requires all students and employees to wear a face-covering or mask when in the presence of others and in indoor public settings (e.g., common workspaces, meeting rooms, classrooms, etc.) or outdoor public settings where social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. Appropriate use of face masks or coverings is critical in minimizing risks to others near you. You could spread COVID-19 to others even if you do not feel sick. The mask or cloth face covering is not a substitute for social distancing. Masks/face coverings are to be worn and social distancing is to be maintained at all times in shared campus community spaces such as kitchens, common areas, copier rooms, meeting rooms, and bathrooms. All students will receive one Converse-themed washable mask upon their return to campus.

If I had tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the spring or summer, but either remained asymptomatic or exhibited symptoms and recovered, and I take a second test prior to returning to campus, and it comes back positive (but I am asymptomatic), does this mean that I cannot return?

If this is your situation, please contact the Wellness Center at 864.596.9258 to discuss next steps.

Is Converse offering free COVID-19 testing to its students, staff and faculty?

Converse will not be offering testing on campus; however, we will make all students, staff, and faculty aware of all testing options near campus, including self-administered, at-home options. Covid-19 testing is free for employees who have Converse insurance. Students with insurance should check with their insurance carriers about coverage for testing; however, most major insurance companies cover the cost of testing for individuals who are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 and those who have been within close contact of a person who has been diagnosed with, or likely has, COVID-19. Students who are uninsured can obtain free testing through the CARES Act at several local locations.

What do I do if I have been exposed to someone with COVID-19?

Notify the Director of the Wellness Center and stay isolated until you receive further guidance. Depending upon the level of exposure and your current health conditions, you may either be allowed to return to campus, you may be required to isolate, and/or you may need to be tested beginning at 7 days post-exposure.

What do I do if I see someone (student/faculty/staff) not adhering to safety/social distancing guidelines on campus?

Gently remind the person of the guidelines and that they signed an agreement to follow the rules. If that doesn’t work, remind them of your obligation under the Honor Code to report them if they do not follow those rules. Finally, notify the Dean of Students Office.

I’m planning to travel; do I need to tell anyone at Converse?

Yes, students, faculty, staff, third party/external vendors or suppliers who have plans to travel this semester should fill out the “Intent to Travel” form.

If you or any close contacts are diagnosed with COVID-19, call the Wellness Center at 864.596.9258 immediately so we can respond.

Your Converse faculty and academic leaders have been hard at work preparing for an educational experience this fall that is engaging, dynamic, flexible, and safe. As you have no doubt experienced in other places, this means that we will be operating differently because your health and safety is our top priority. If you missed the video that we shared earlier in June about how we’re preparing campus for Fall 2020, you can watch it here.

The best way to prevent viral illness is to avoid being exposed to the virus. As a reminder, everyday preventive actions help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, including:

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.

See additional up-to-date information and resources on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

Converse’s Fall 2020 Return to campus updates and guidelines web page

  • https://www.converse.edu/fall-2020-return-to-campus/

Converse’s COVID-19 web page

  • https://www.converse.edu/coronavirus-updates/

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases in South Carolina

  • https://www.scdhec.gov/infectious-diseases/viruses/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/sc-cases-county-zip-code-covid-19

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Web Page

Symptoms of COVID-19

S.C. Department of Mental Health

CDC Travel Health Notices

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