Update: November 1, 2022

Dear Taylor family, It is with humble gratitude we announce this is Taylor’s final Covid-19 update.  Countless hours of research, information gathering, meeting, and debating were poured into maintaining the best possible educational experience for our students and caring well for everyone in our community throughout the past 2+ years. While global culture was oftenContinue reading “Update: November 1, 2022”

Update: October 1, 2021

Dear Taylor family, Campus and Grant County Covid-19 cases have continued to decline. Therefore, Taylor University leadership endorsed the PeRT recommendation to allow the mask mandate for larger venues to expire. PeRT will continue to monitor campus and county cases and make adjustments as necessary. We continue to encourage people with health or other concerns to wearContinue reading “Update: October 1, 2021”

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”