Following are answers to a number of frequently asked questions in light of the H1N1 novel influenza virus on the St. Norbert College campus. If you are an St. Norbert student or parent and have questions about H1N1 influenza or college protocol not addressed here, please call 920-403-3266.
Is the college canceling classes?
All decisions regarding college operations are being driven by the best medical advice available. Health and wellness services and state and local health officials continue to support the decision to keep business as usual.
flu-like symptoms should avoid close contact with others as much as possible. Please do not attend social events or go to work, and seek medical attention.
Where can students go for medical attention?
Any St. Norbert student who is experiencing flu-like symptoms should go to health and wellness services (open Sat., May 9 and Sun., May 10 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. ) or an Urgent Care facility.
Where should staff and faculty go for medical attention?
Staff and faculty who are experiencing
flu-like symptoms should stay at home and contact their personal physician for appropriate attention.
What help will the college provide to students if they are ill and have been isolated?
Students are encouraged to speak with their faculty if they are ill. Students are welcome to contact the health and wellness services and the office of the vice president for student affairs if they have concerns.
Where do I go for more information?
The State Division of Public Health has activated a call center to answer influenza-related questions and that number is: 211. The line is open 24/7. Information about H1N1 flu is also available at the Wisconsin Public Health web site at:
If you are an St. Norbert student or parent and you have questions about H1N1 flu or college protocol, please call the St. Norbert health and wellness services at 920-403-3266.
Here are a number of helpful links to keep you informed