Community Updates

Campus Operations and Business Continuity Update

Hi all, Here’s a sort-of-Ops-update in brief, applicable to folks on campus this summer. We don’t have a listserv just for people who are still here. So those who are off campus right now can either delete or read it, if you’re really desperate for arcane policy details. We’re unlikely to need… Continue reading »

Campus Operations and Business Continuity Update

Williams students, staff and faculty, This week’s Ops update includes the usual reminders and FYIs about campus Covid policies. Here’s the picture in very broad strokes: almost everyone on campus is vaccinated. Many eligible people are also boosted. We’re ending college testing (see below for details about optional testing through… Continue reading »

Campus Operations and Business Continuity Update

Williams faculty, staff and students, After several week’s hiatus, here’s an off-cycle Covid update about our policies and expectations from now through Commencement. Hopefully the summary will help you avoid getting sick or getting other people sick and enable you to enjoy the end of the semester. For those thinking… Continue reading »

New mask requirement

Williams students, faculty and staff, Instead of a standard weekly Ops update I’m writing to announce that, due to a significant uptick in cases on campus and regionally, the college will temporarily move back to a mask requirement in classes and most indoor spaces. Our campus positivity rate has increased… Continue reading »

Spring Break Covid Testing Information

Hello! Here are some quick but important updates about Covid testing before spring break. Most of the information is for students, but there are important notes for faculty and staff at the end. Students: If you’re leaving campus for break  Packets of two antigen tests have… Continue reading »

Changes to campus masking rules

Williams faculty, staff and students, Monday isn’t usually a day for Ops updates, but I’m writing today with some off-cycle news. The CDC recently released revised guidelines on masking. Meanwhile, cases in Berkshire County have declined to the point where we now rank as… Continue reading »

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