If you ask anyone at Taylor University what the best part of Taylor is, they’ll say it’s the people here. And it’s being together with those people–in the classrooms, chapel, residence halls–that’s most important to the Taylor experience. That’s why we continue to work hard towards maintaining that on-campus experience.

This site is designed to answer questions and provide updates to students, parents, partners, and friends in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak. If you have other questions that aren’t answered here, please reach out to the Pandemic Response Team at PeRT@taylor.edu.

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Latest Posts

Update: January 15, 2021

After careful review of the current COVID-19 student testing program, universal testing will conclude today, January 15. We knew the first two weeks were crucial to mitigate the spread of the virus when we announced the universal testing plan for Interterm. We care deeply for all members of our community and are especially mindful howContinue reading “Update: January 15, 2021”

Update: December 31, 2020

Earlier this week we informed you that we are blessed to have access to testing for students and employees starting January 5, 2021. Our intent is to test the entire student body each week in order to monitor the virus on campus. We need for all students to assist with this expectation in order for usContinue reading “Update: December 31, 2020”

Update: December 29, 2020

Dear Students, Parents, and Taylor Community, Happy New Year! I hope that you have been rejuvenated over the Christmas break. We are eager to welcome students, faculty and staff back to campus in a few days. Please read this important update on COVID-19 planning. Adjustments to the Taylor Together, Again Plan As you know, theContinue reading “Update: December 29, 2020”

Update: November 13, 2020

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has announced new restrictions corresponding to each county’s status. Grant County is currently “orange,” necessitating changes to Taylor’s current protocols. The county’s status is updated every Wednesday. In compliance with new state directives and in coordination with the Grant County Health Department, effective Sunday, November 15, campus events and gatherings are limited to 25% capacity. Changes requiredContinue reading “Update: November 13, 2020”

Update: November 10, 2020

It is with great disappointment that we announce that our Silent Night game must be cancelled.  The rising number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Grant County and Indiana warranted a reconsideration of our previously announced plan for a modified celebration. Due to recent guidance from public health officials, and at the request of theContinue reading “Update: November 10, 2020”


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