Lakeland University continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic. This page will share all current information needed by students, faculty and staff about the university’s response, so feel free to refer to it throughout this situation.
Due to a reduction in COVID numbers on our Main Campus and in the regions surrounding our various locations, Lakeland’s Main Campus and Center locations are mask optional.
Here are some situations where masks could/will still be required:
Per local, state and national guidance, we encourage anyone who is not fully vaccinated to continue to mask. Anyone is welcome to continue to wear a mask based on their personal choice.
As we know with COVID, things can change quickly. If we see an increase in cases on our campus/one of our centers, we reserve the right to require masking to mitigate spread of COVID.
On a related note, we will continue to maintain the policy of 75% capacity for classes and any campus events held indoors.
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The following dashboard includes information from Lakeland University employees and students who have been tested for COVID-19 via Lakeland's partnership with Prevea Health. Due to potential duplication in counting, this dashboard does not include information from people who have tested positive for COVID-19 through other sites. These numbers do not represent general population testing.
For all positive tests by a residential student of which we are aware, we will follow Lakeland’s response plan. Lakeland employees and commuter students are reminded to continue to follow requirements of Sheboygan County Health and Human Services, and abide by the LU Community Pledge that we signed. Employees are reminded that if at any time they would test positive for COVID to email human resources and their supervisor so we can implement our recovery plan.
Last Updated: April 4, 2023
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