Question Tag: coronavirus

Is COVID-19 Vaccination Required?

Feb 11, 2022

At this time vaccination is only required for students in clinicals programs in the Ivester College of Health Sciences. This requirement is due to many of Brenau University’s partners, including the Northeast Georgia Health System, establishing new vaccine requirements for students who participate in clinical experiences. The vaccine requirement applies to all students in the programs […]

Will clinics on campus be open to community patients (Psychology, OT, PT)?

Sep 18, 2021

Yes, community patients will be allowed on campus.

Can I visit/tour campus?

Sep 18, 2021

Yes! We are excited to offer in-person appointments and campus visits.

What happens if I have symptoms, am exposed or test positive for COVID?

Jul 22, 2021

COVID-like symptoms Complete the COVID Reporting Form Follow CDC recommendations regarding your specific situation. Employees who need to miss work for illness, whether or not it is COVID-related, should take wellness time. COVID Exposure or Testing Positive for COVID Complete the COVID Reporting Form. Use the CDC COVID on this page or on the CDC’s […]

What are the COVID-19 reporting requirements for students and employees?

Jul 22, 2021

Any COVID-like symptoms need to be reported to the COVID team. The COVID Reporting Form is found on the Brenau App or on our webpage. The Brenau Clinic will immediately be notified of your case and may provide additional instruction.

How will Brenau test for COVID-19?

Jul 22, 2021

Brenau offers rapid antigen testing on campus and has contracted off-campus PCR testing. The type of test used will be determined by vaccination status, exposure risk and symptoms.

What counseling and mental health support services are available?

Aug 04, 2020

Counseling & Support Services The Brenau Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (BCCPS), with campus locations both in Gainesville and North Atlanta, provides a variety of services to Brenau students, staff, faculty and alums as well as individuals in the community. Learn more about the BCCPS on their webpage. Mental Health Resources Georgia Crises & Access […]