What is Chapel going to look like this semester?
Chapel services will continue in full for the Spring 2022 semester. Masks are no longer required in Chapel.
Is the MACU Campus Store still fully operational?
The MACU Campus Store is open and ready to serve the MACU community with MACU merchandise, snacks, and beverages. The MACU Campus Store is located directly inside the Main West Entrance of Fozard Hall is open during the following hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00am-6:30pmFriday 9:00am-1:00pm MACU merchandise can also be purchased on the Campus Store website (https://www.macucampusstore.com/) […]
I don’t have a computer. Are computers still available for me to use to do my homework?
Yes! The Library has computers available, as well as printers, to assist any student. Computers are also available in the Student Center for student use.
What does move-in look like for the residence halls?
All resident students will sign up for Move-in Appointment. The link to sign up will be in a confirmation email after the student has filled out the housing form. You may also email [email protected] to obtain housing information. The sign up time allows for a more controlled move in process. There will only be a certain amount […]
If I’m living on campus, what will happen if my roommate is diagnosed with COVID-19?
If your roommate has been diagnosed with COVID-19, you will work with DPS or Student Life to determine if a COVID-19 test is needed. If you are exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms, you will quarantine until you have a negative COVID-19 test and/or are cleared by a medical professional. MACU will follow CDC recommendations regarding quarantine […]
Are guests allowed to visit campus?
Yes, guests are allowed to visit campus but must check in at Fozard Hall or Kennedy Hall upon arrival. If an individual has not been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, use of a mask is strongly recommended.
How should I proceed if I am diagnosed with COVID-19 or may have been exposed?
Every CAS (traditional) student that suspects they are ill or have been diagnosed with COVID-19 should immediately contact MACU DPS by calling or texting (405) 694-5242. The University has an action plan in place for quarantine/isolation and to take care of any student’s needs. CAGS (adult) students should contact the CAGS Solution Center at 1-877-569-3198.
How is MACU keeping the campus clean and sanitized?
MACU is committed to the health and safety of our community! Common areas, such as restrooms and the Student Center, are cleaned regularly throughout the day. Hand sanitizer stations have also been installed throughout the campus.
I’m high-risk for COVID-19 or live with someone who is high-risk for COVID-19. How can I safely be a student at MACU?
The health and safety of our students and community is very important to MACU! If you are high-risk for COVID-19 or live with someone who is high-risk for COVID-19, you can request accommodations through the Accommodations Office (405-692-3259 or [email protected]) and the Accommodations Request Form. Accommodations may vary based on the needs of each student and family. […]
Are there daily COVID-19 screenings for students and staff?
At this time, students and staff are not required to go through daily COVID-19 screenings. Campus guests will be asked to check in at stations located in Fozard Hall or Kennedy Hall. If you feel sick, please stay home and contact Human Resources (employees) or Student Life (students).