All students will be required to sign a form acknowledging that they have read, understand and will comply with the expectations and potential sanctions of the protocols as delineated in the full protocol document. Failure to sign the form will not relieve any student of the responsibility of abiding by the protocols.
In the interest of the health and safety of the Angelicum community, all students are expected to arrive and self-quarantine a minimum of 14 days prior to the start of in-person classes. The University will require documentation from the student’s congregations or colleges to ensure that the appropriate quarantine time has been observed and from where they traveled prior to their arrival in Rome. (See letter requirement below).
The administration will be in contact with the various seminary colleges, congregations and the Centro pro Unione to request a quarantine information letter stating the following:
The names of the students under their charge that will be attending classes in fall 2020.
That the student has performed the obligatory 14-day quarantine
That the student has remained in Rome throughout the summer and has not recently been exposed to COVID-19.
That the student is able to quarantine at their residence for the minimum 14-day period if deemed necessary.
Students who are laity (but not associated with Centro Pro Unione) may submit a letter to Administration that states the above, making sure to include his/her address of residence and if different, the address where he/she would be able to quarantine if the need arose.
Students may not be permitted to begin classes without first submitting the above-mentioned letter.
Colleges and Congregations will be required to submit a copy of their COVID-19 protocols to Administration by September 30.
All students are asked to arrive at the Angelicum at least 15-30 minutes before the start time of their class to ensure time for temperature screening. This time may be changed if it is deemed necessary. Students would be alerted via email and the website would be updated if a change occurs.
Signage will be posted on doors to common areas with the maximum number of persons allowed at one time.
A distance of one meter will be required if waiting in line for purchases at our various Vendors.
Those who are coming to the University regularly (faculty/staff/students) are discouraged from engaging in personal travel that increases their exposure to COVID-19, both for their own safety and for the safety of others in the community.
Those who are coming to the University regularly (faculty/staff/students) are asked to refrain from personal travel in areas where there are active cases of COVID-19.
Those faculty/staff/students who travel/commute to the University are expected to observe appropriate safety and social distancing guidelines (wearing masks on public transportation, washing hands, etc.).
Students will be able to continue their academic studies via remote learning if at any time they are required to quarantine or isolate. Students must submit a form of dispensation to the Dean of the Faculty to alert them of the required 14-day quarantine and therefore absence from the University. For the dispensation form in English click here, for the dispensation form in Italian click here.