Finding togetherness

As a four-year residential campus, St. Norbert College understands the impact that living on campus – among friends – has on students. We also understand the importance of co-curricular life, and we continue to prioritize ways that all students can have safe access to the activities and programming that make for a vibrant college experience.

Residential life
Campus life and activities
Residential life
Communal living on campus will resume, but adjustments are being made to lounges and bedrooms to reduce density.

The college highly recommends students receive an influenza vaccine, and that students in high-risk categories mitigate their risk by living off campus.

Move-in dates and times will be staggered to allow for physical distancing. To reduce contact points, only a small number of Bruess Brigade volunteers will assist with move-in this year. Students are advised to pack light.
  • Thursday, Aug. 20: First-year student move-in
  • Friday, Aug. 21: Sophomore, junior and senior move-in. However, continuing students may move in as soon as Monday, Aug. 17, by making an appointment with their area coordinator.
Health and safety precautions for students living in residence halls include:

 



For more information about our return to campus, view the phased operational plan overview.

Campus life and activities
The college continues to prioritize students’ co-curricular experience in its response to the COVID-19 situation. The following measures are being taken to ensure the community’s safety during campus activities.
  • Virtual programming continues as a means of reaching students regardless of location.
  • Programming and meetings can take place in person, but must abide by CDC guidelines of mask-wearing and physical distancing.
  • Public access to events and activities will be extremely limited and by invitation only.
  • Work in the local community only can take place with community partners who are following CDC guidelines, including universal masking and physical distancing.
  • Transportation to off-campus sites also must follow CDC guidelines.
  • In-person appointments for student services are available by request, with enhanced pre-screening measures (by asking for information on symptoms and exposure prior to the meeting) and cleaning, as well as physical distancing, as possible.

 



For more information about our return to campus, view the phased operational plan overview.

Residential life
Residential life
Communal living on campus will resume, but adjustments are being made to lounges and bedrooms to reduce density.

The college highly recommends students receive an influenza vaccine, and that students in high-risk categories mitigate their risk by living off campus.

Move-in dates and times will be staggered to allow for physical distancing. To reduce contact points, only a small number of Bruess Brigade volunteers will assist with move-in this year. Students are advised to pack light.
  • Thursday, Aug. 20: First-year student move-in
  • Friday, Aug. 21: Sophomore, junior and senior move-in. However, continuing students may move in as soon as Monday, Aug. 17, by making an appointment with their area coordinator.
Health and safety precautions for students living in residence halls include:

 



For more information about our return to campus, view the phased operational plan overview.

Campus life and activities
Campus life and activities
The college continues to prioritize students’ co-curricular experience in its response to the COVID-19 situation. The following measures are being taken to ensure the community’s safety during campus activities.
  • Virtual programming continues as a means of reaching students regardless of location.
  • Programming and meetings can take place in person, but must abide by CDC guidelines of mask-wearing and physical distancing.
  • Public access to events and activities will be extremely limited and by invitation only.
  • Work in the local community only can take place with community partners who are following CDC guidelines, including universal masking and physical distancing.
  • Transportation to off-campus sites also must follow CDC guidelines.
  • In-person appointments for student services are available by request, with enhanced pre-screening measures (by asking for information on symptoms and exposure prior to the meeting) and cleaning, as well as physical distancing, as possible.

 



For more information about our return to campus, view the phased operational plan overview.