Update: April 5, 2021

While the State of Indiana mask mandate ends April 6, Grant County health officials have extended the mask mandate for higher education. Therefore, Taylor University strongly recommends masks in all indoor locations. Academic buildings, administrative buildings, and Chapel will continue to require masks. This means masks are required except in residence halls, dining areas (following restaurant guidance), physical activity (e.g., KSAC),Continue reading “Update: April 5, 2021”

Update: March 30, 2021

Dear Campus Community,  As part of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA), Taylor will be distributing relief funds to all degree-seeking students who are eligible for federal financial aid. I wanted you to be aware of Taylor’s cooperation with this federal program and the means of distribution for students. According to the Department ofContinue reading “Update: March 30, 2021”

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: October 30, 2020

The Taylor University Board of Trustees this week approved a plan to freeze tuition for the 2021-2022 academic year. The announcement was made during chapel this morning by Interim President, Dr. Paige Comstock Cunningham.  Cunningham cited financial challenges facing Taylor’s students and families as key components in the decision. It marks the first time inContinue reading “Update: October 30, 2020”