Cardinal Stritch University's response to COVID-19
This web page will be utilized to keep the Cardinal Stritch University Community informed about the latest developments about the University's response to COVID-19 (coronavirus). Communications also will be emailed to students, faculty and staff.
The Cardinal Stritch University campus is closed. This includes the walking paths. Only authorized Stritch personnel are permitted on the University's campus.
Necessary vehicular traffic on Stritch property is restricted as follows:
- Vehicle access will be limited to Yates Road only; the Port Washington Road entrance is closed.
- Employee parking is limited to Lots 7 and 9 only.
- Please contact Stritch Security at (414) 410-4220 or email@example.com for assistance with any building access issues.
University leaders are preparing for a phased re-opening of campus this summer. The University intends to start the Fall semester as published on the Academic Calendar. Three work teams - Campus Life, Academic Delivery and Public Health and Safety - are addressing numerous issues to prepare for a variety of scenarios, all while ensuring state mandates and national recommendations are being followed.
- Stritch Health Services - Clare Hall 147; 414-410-4097
- North Shore Health Department
- Wisconsin Department of Health Services
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Information from Hunger Task Force: Individuals in need of help with food or experiencing a food crisis are able to apply for Foodshare online at www.access.wisconsin.gov. The application is online, the eligibility interview is telephonic, and verification can be done using a smartphone app.Information about open food pantries available here.
Preventative actions to stay healthy, protect one’s own well-being and that of others
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Stay home when you are sick.
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
- Get a flu vaccine.
- May 28, 2020, Wisconsin Examiner: ‘We’re riding it through’: pandemic adds more burden for DACA recipients and families
- May 20, 2020, Shepherd Express: How Colleges and Students are Adapting to this 'New Normal'
- April 22, 2020, FOX 6 News: When will our state open back up? Answering your common coronavirus questions
- April 14, 2020, FOX 6 News: Federal student loan payments temporarily suspended under CARES Act: ‘1 less hassle’
- March 25, 2020, TMJ 4 News: Wisconsin could approve student nurses to work during coronavirus pandemic