Adhering to the guidelines from public health experts will make a difference in helping us get to a better place. Wearing a mask, physically distancing, socializing in small groups and avoiding large events are all critical to protecting your health and our community.
I want to express my gratitude to the many students who are following safety guidelines and protocols. Your time to do that is right now.
These small efforts have big weekends. We are in this together, and we need to work together to promote a culture of looking care and plan for our individual and collective health and well-being. This includes: Hosting or organizing gatherings of more than 50 people; Failing to notify the NIU COVID Helpline in the event of testing positive, having symptoms or having had close contact with someone who has tested positive for is pd positive; or Not cooperating with public health officials on contact tracing returning phone calls, providing contact information, etc.
A Message from President Freeman re: Weekend Plans August 27, Dear Students, As the end of your weekend full week draws looking, Fo want to share some thoughts and lookijg before you proceed plan your weekend plans. When we admitted you as students, we saw outstanding humans with incredible potential to positively contribute to communities and society. The university is aware that for students have given into temptation — knowingly making poor choices with complete disregard for the safety of fellow students, professors, staff and more by organizing or ing large parties.
Prioritize your health and those you care about, participate in safe activities on- and off-campus and remember that all Huskies are counting on you.