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COVID-19 Updates

We've been closely monitoring the global health situation surrounding COVID-19. The safety and well-being of all SAE Institute staff and students remain our highest priority. Learn more about our policies and precautions across our campuses.

Campus-specific Updates and Information

The campus is open and classes are scheduled 100% on campus with the exception of general education courses, which have transitioned to a blended/hybrid model moving forward.

Students, employees and guests are required to wear facial covering at all times while on the campus.  A temperature check will be administered to everyone entering the building.  Anyone with an above average temperature will be asked to leave campus.  Please refer to the catalog for hours the campus is open.  No more than two guest musicians per student are allowed on campus.  Please see the catalog for the guest musician policy.  Please refer to the catalog for details on class schedules, hours the campus is open and the guest musician policy.

Local Health Information: Georgia Department of Public Health

The campus is open and classes have transitioned to a blended/hybrid model moving forward.  Students, employees and guests are required to wear facial covering at all times while on the campus.  A temperature check will be administered to everyone entering the building.  Anyone with an above average temperature will be asked to leave campus.  No more than two guest musicians per student are allowed on campus.  Please refer to the catalog for details on the hybrid/blended model, hours the campus is open and the guest musician policy.

Local Health Information: Illinois Department of Public Health

The campus is open and classes have transitioned to a blended/hybrid model moving forward.  Students, employees and guests are required to wear facial covering at all times while on the campus.  A temperature check will be administered to everyone entering the building.  Anyone with an above average temperature will be asked to leave campus.  No more than two guest musicians per student are allowed on campus.  Please refer to the catalog for details on the hybrid/blended model, hours the campus is open and the guest musician policy.

Local Health Information: California Department of Public Health

The campus is open and classes are scheduled 100% on campus.  Students, employees and guests are required to wear facial covering at all times while on the campus.  A temperature check will be administered to everyone entering the building.  Anyone with an above average temperature will be asked to leave campus.  Please refer to the catalog for hours the campus is open.  No more than two guest musicians per student are allowed on campus.  Please see the catalog for the guest musician policy.  Please refer to the catalog for details on class schedules, hours the campus is open and the guest musician policy.

Local Health Information: Florida Health Department

The campus is open and classes have transitioned to a blended/hybrid model moving forward.  Students, employees and guests are required to wear facial covering at all times while on the campus.  A temperature check will be administered to everyone entering the building.  Anyone with an above average temperature will be asked to leave campus.  No more than two guest musicians per student are allowed on campus.  Please refer to the catalog for details on the hybrid/blended model, hours the campus is open and the guest musician policy.

Local Health Information: Tennessee Department of Public Health

The campus is open and classes are scheduled 100% on campus.  Students, employees and guests are required to wear facial covering at all times while on the campus.  A temperature check will be administered to everyone entering the building.  Anyone with an above average temperature will be asked to leave campus.  Please refer to the catalog for hours the campus is open.  No more than two guest musicians per student are allowed on campus.  Please see the catalog for the guest musician policy.  Please refer to the catalog for details on class schedules, hours the campus is open and the guest musician policy.

Local Health Information: New York State Department of Health

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Our FOCUS ON THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING OF STAFF AND STUDENTS

SAE Institute encourages everyone to continue maintaining good hygiene.  All current medical advice suggests that the best ways to prevent the virus from spreading include washing your hands regularly, wear a face covering, and avoiding close contact with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness such as coughing and sneezing.

In addition to nightly cleaning of our campuses, our cleaning staff are disinfecting common areas and high-traffic frequently touched surfaces such as doorknobs, handles, and hand rails.  All campuses are providing extra hand sanitizer, Clorox wipes, latex gloves, and face masks for staff and students to use.

We encourage anyone who is feeling unwell – including staff or students – to stay home and seek medical advice.  This is important, not only in preventing COVID-19, but also preventing the spread of other colds and flu. 

We will continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on our teaching and learning communities and will update staff and students as appropriate.

Finally, we are aware there are staff and students who are feeling very vulnerable and anxious at this time, including those who have family and friends directly impacted by COVID-19. This virus does not discriminate – and neither do we. Ours must be a culture of empathy, compassion, and support first and foremost.

PUBLIC HEALTH RESOURCES:

For more information about COVID-19, including tips for preventing the spread of the virus, please visit these related health sites:

CARES ACT / HEERF

Read more about HEERF and the CARES Act and how it applies to SAE Institute here.

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