Community Updates

Covid policies for start of Spring Semester

Williams students, faculty and staff, With spring semester starting tomorrow, Senior Staff ask that everyone follow similar self-test and masking practices to the ones we used for the returns from Thanksgiving and winter shutdown. What does this mean in practice? Testing If you’re traveling back to campus, please self-test before you… Continue reading »

Masking rule ends Sunday night

Hello everyone, Nice work on the Covid thingy. Since we’ve seen very few positives on campus, the masking rule will officially end Sunday night as planned. People may unmask starting Monday if you wish to. Thanks to everyone who bore the minor inconvenience for the sake of a greater good. Continue reading »

Preview of January COVID policies

Hello everyone, Students have mostly started break, lots of faculty are still busy grading, and the majority of staff are working for a few more days… it’s the in-between times for the Williams community as a whole. That said, we thought you all might find it helpful to get a… Continue reading »

College masking requirement ends tonight

Williams students, staff and faculty, As you may recall, our campus mask requirement runs through the end of the day today (Tuesday). Happily, the Covid rate has stayed quite low, so we’ll allow the rule to expire tonight as planned. Starting tomorrow/Wednesday, Williams will go back to masking being… Continue reading »

Vaccine Clinic 12/9/22

Williams students, faculty and staff, We are pleased to report that the college and Berkshire Health Systems (BHS) will host a campus clinic offering the bivalent Covid booster and the flu vaccine. The clinic will be on Friday, December 9, from 2:00-5:00 p.m. (Note that this is a week later… Continue reading »

Campus Operations and Business Continuity Update

Williams students, faculty and staff, Our campus case counts are continuing to decline: as of this morning, one student is finishing up isolation. Six employees have reported positive results in October to date. Given these data, and in the context of high campus vaccination rates, Senior Staff have decided to… Continue reading »

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