D&E COVID-19 statistics
The cooperative effort to maintain a safe and healthy campus is the top priority at D&E. In an effort to provide a complete picture about the status of COVID-19 on campus, click here for 2021 COVID data and click here for vaccination data.
Students who have not yet tested for COVID-19 must do so immediately
Any student who has not been administered the required COVID-19 test for the start of the Spring 2021 semester must do so immediately. For help scheduling the test, contact Diana Burke-Ross, Campus Nurse, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 304-637-1234.
Add/Drop deadline is today at 4:30!
The Add/Drop period ends today, January 15, at 4:30 p.m. Students should check their schedule to make sure they are registered in fulltime status (12+ credit hours). Schedule adjustments may be addressed with your academic advisor or the Registrar’s Office.
Level 1 and Level 2 account holds must be resolved
Any student with a Level 1 or Level 2 hold on their accounts must resolve those holds prior to Class Registration Day on March 16. Check the Self-Service portal for status on student accounts.
Weekend student activities announced
The D&E Office of Student Life has announced the schedule of student of activities for the weekend. Activities include Senator Sock Day (Friday evening), ice skating (Saturday afternoon), and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration (Monday, all day). For details, students should check their Wednesday email from the Office of Student Life.
Fitness Center access beginning next week
Robbins-Madden Fitness Center Opens Monday 1/18/21
Weekdays 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. – Noon
We are off to a good start at Davis & Elkins College, and that is directly attributable to students who did their part in preparing to return to campus during the global pandemic. D&E has students in isolation, either after having tested positive or awaiting COVID-19 test results. As soon as we have information about access to vaccines, we will pass it along to you immediately. In the meantime, students are urged to stay safe, be careful, use good judgment, and follow the safety protocols D&E has established. If we work together, we will continue to have in-person/hybrid course delivery with the goal in mind of progressing toward a more normal collegiate experience on our beautiful campus.