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In the wake of the continuing COVID-19 public health crisis, Moore is committed to designing and planning a return to campus that emphasizes a rich art and design educational experience for our students and a safe space for our entire community to learn, work and live.

As members of a working college community, we all must play a role in keeping ourselves well and thereby looking out for others—this includes new and returning students, faculty and staff. Our universal protocols are geared toward fostering a campus culture where we all take extra precautions for the sake of everyone’s good health and safety.

All students, both residential and commuter, as well as faculty and staff, will be asked to sign an “honor code” that states their commitment to follow health and safety protocols for as long as necessary and to keeping each other safe.

The Honor Code for Safety includes a promise to limit social interaction when going off campus for any reason, and to follow safe practices, including social distancing and wearing a face covering or mask.

If you are a residence hall student and will be coming to Moore after residing in any of the states listed on the State of Pennsylvania’s Travel Advisory page, it will be of the utmost importance to follow the guidelines in the Honor Code for Safety regarding the 14-day period before you arrive on campus. These guidelines pertain to social distancing, wearing face coverings or masks, avoiding large gatherings and limiting interactions with people outside of your immediate household.

Read the student Honor Code for Safety here.

Read the Faculty and Staff Honor Code for Safety here.

Find out more about Moore's safety measures in the Fall 2020 Return to Campus Guide.

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