College of Communication > Student Resources > COVID-19 Updates & Resources
As we gradually return to DePaul's campus, your education, health and safety remain our top priority in the College of Communication. Find more information and resources below to help you be successful and healthy during this time.
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Find all updates from DePaul University regarding COVID-19 and campus operations at go.depaul.edu/covid. Updated regularly.
College of Communication academic advisors are currently advising students remotely. To schedule a phone or Zoom appointment with your advisor, please visit BlueStar through Campus Connect.
The College of Communication is open and fully operational in a remote format. You can always contact the college by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (312) 362-8600.
Open to all DePaul students, faculty, and staff, DePaul conducts saliva-based COVID-19 testing on the Lincoln Park campus on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Learn more
While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently released new outdoor guidelines for vaccinated people, after consulting with DePaul's medical experts, the university will continue to require the following for non-vaccinated and fully vaccinated people.
In the spirit of caring for each other and for our surrounding community, DePaul has decided to require students to be vaccinated for COVID-19 when the 2021-22 academic year begins. This requirement covers all undergraduate, graduate and professional students in all degree programs who intend to be on campus for any period of time starting in the fall 2021 term. Read more
DePaul will share more information as it becomes available. Please keep your eye on Newsline and DePaul’s COVID-19 Updates and Guidance website, including the COVID-19 Vaccine webpage, for university updates.
DePaul President A Gabriel Esteban outlined the following plans for the next three academic quarters:
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Contactless Pick-up Service for local materials and I-Share has resumed at both the John T. Richardson Library and the Loop Library. Reservations for computer use and independent study on the second floor of the John T. Richardson Library have also resumed. See all on-site library services