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Information for students, faculty, and staff


Florida Poly is communicating with federal, state, and local officials about necessary safety measures and health protocols as we begin the academic year.

Moving Forward

The fall 2020 semester may be unlike anything we’ve seen before, but teams are continuously monitoring student, faculty, and staff needs and working to promote a learning and workplace environment that follows best practices to reduce risks posed by COVID-19 while advancing our educational mission.

Our innovative spirit and commitment to your health and success will help us ensure that while the 2020-21 academic year is taking place during a historic pandemic crisis, the resilience, tenacity, and many accomplishments of our students, faculty, and staff will rise to meet the challenges before us.

Thank you for your continued flexibility and patience as we all navigate this unprecedented situation together. 


Fall 2020 Semester

As Florida Poly moves forward this fall, the University will continue responding and adjusting to evolving health, safety, and educational needs.
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We're excited as the fall semester gets underway, but there are a few things you need to know and do as you return to campus!

Returning to work

We are committed to protecting public health and maintaining an educational and work environment that prioritizes the well-being of our community while providing students a world-class STEM education.

Training has been created for students, faculty, and staff regarding expectations on campus for social distancing, use of face coverings, and how to collaboratively protect the campus community.


Academic Calendar

We're all in this Together

The health and well-being of our campus relies on everyone taking responsibility. Make sure to do your part. 
The use of face coverings in all shared areas on campus is required when social distancing is not possible. A reusable cloth face covering will be provided to faculty, staff, and students along with instructions on how to wear and take care of it.
Individuals are expected to monitor their personal health status daily and should not come to campus if experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. Temperature monitoring stations are in place to support the campus community in understanding their personal health status.
Hands should be washed frequently. Hand sanitizer stations are also available throughout campus. 


University Contacts
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


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