About Us - Emergency Communication
January 11, 2022Knowing that the Omicron variant is spreading rapidly across the nation, GU plans to take precautions and continue offering saliva testing to students, faculty, and staff through the spring 2022 semester.
October 14, 2021Cares Act Update 10/1/2021
August 27, 2021Students and employees on campus who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 will be required to test once per week.
August 10, 2021Updated COVID-19 guidelines for GU's fall 2021 semester.
July 07, 2021As the State of Illinois moves to Phase 5 of the Restore Illinois COVID-response, some immediate changes will take place to GU’s COVID-19 related protocols.
July 01, 2021CARES Act update 7/1/2021
April 30, 2021Greenville University plans to welcome students to campus for in-person classes in the fall.
March 31, 2021Greenville University is excited to announce a move to “phase green,” in addition to the news that it has been almost one month since a positive COVID-19 test on campus.
March 22, 2021Greenville University has announced it will permanently continue the “test-optional” policy it instituted earlier to accommodate admissions and scholarship-award processes during the pandemic.
February 24, 2021Yes, Greenville University has positive COVID-19 cases. Yes, there have been increases in cases since the start of the semester. Here’s why we are still confident that GU is one of the safest places to be right now.
During the 2020-2021 school year, Greenville University was one of the few campuses in the country that safely remained open for in-person classes and on-campus experiences in the midst of the pandemic. The dashboard below reflects our performance containing the pandemic throughout the school year.
GU is thankful for regular rapid-response saliva testing that helped to keep us safe and for a campus community who responsibly cared for one another.
Cumulative Tests Taken
Cumulative Positive Cases
Cumulative Negative Tests