Bryan College will remain open with in-person classes for the coming Fall 2021 semester.
This would not have been possible without the diligence of faculty, staff, and students to remain safe and healthy this year, said school officials. Mike Kennedy, who has served as our COVID care coordinator, said, “The entire Bryan community has worked hard to mitigate any outbreaks of COVID-19 on campus this year by implementing several safety measures such as wearing masks, holding outdoor events, and restricting seating in the cafeteria. We are confident that we will be able to continue to offer a safe environment for our students, faculty, and staff as we move forward.”
Throughout this year, the college has pursued creative and cautious ways for students to build community because college officials believe this is an important element in the Bryan College experience, and will continue to go forward with caution and health in mind during the 2021-2022 school year.
One update to on-campus protocol this spring is that ace coverings are encouraged, but no longer required.
Bryan College officials said, we want students to experience a relational environment because we believe this is a Biblical concept, and we are excited to continue to give everyone a safe environment to pursue Christ, academics, and relationships in person. We will continue to strive to give our students the best opportunities to become difference makers for Christ.
For full COVID details and updates visit: https://www.bryan.edu/health-and-wellness/coronavirus/