Lehigh is committed to delivering an engaging, impactful and dynamic learning environment even as the university takes steps to ensure the safety of our entire community.
- Provost and Senior Vice President Nathan Urban
Health and Safety
Enhanced sanitization, social distancing and shared actions to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 will support a safe Lehigh residential experience.
As part of Lehigh’s health and safety plan, the university is requiring that individuals undergo COVID-19 testing.
Lehigh is putting enhanced protocols in place to maintain rigorous sanitization standards and to maintain social distancing.
All students, faculty and staff will be required to complete training before returning and to follow proper health protocols when on campus.
To enhance safety during the pandemic, the Lehigh Health and Wellness Center (LU HWC) has made some changes to how students can access its services.
Students, faculty, staff and contractors are required to complete a COVID-19 Self-Assessment each day before coming to campus.
A Changing Campus
From newly implemented safety protocols to signage and tools, campus will be very different this academic year.