You can do this!
As classes wrap up and finals approach, your fellow students have some advice and words of motivation: Watch student video.
To pace yourself and remember to take breaks, consider starring some fun items on your calendar.
- On Friday, have your brain blessed by Jamie Fazio and Nadia Mullen, enjoy Springfest, and get together for the comedy film Grown Ups (sign up).
- Saturday brings cotton candy & cloud watching, a mish mash craft bash, and a late-night cereal bar.
- Have a waffle on a stick and join a canal walk Sunday morning; later that day, options include a group run with Rachel H., a DIY spa night, and then fried dough and fried Oreos.
- On Monday, don’t miss the destress kits, root beer floats, sunset yoga, a ceremonial big scream, a candy “bar,” and star gazing with galaxy-inspired swag.
- Special events continue through Wednesday morning. Get the details about these and more finals-time events on campus, plus “on your own” ideas: Study Breaks has the full list.
If you’re into late-night studying: Academic buildings are open from 7 a.m. - midnight, every day including this weekend, through Wednesday, May 12, with some exceptions (by location). See naz.edu/hours.
J&J vaccination on campus
The Johnson & Johnson single shot COVID-19 vaccine will be available to the Nazareth community (students, faculty, staff, and contract employees) at Naz Health and Counseling on Monday May 10, and Tuesday, May 11, between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.
To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years old, not have COVID-19 symptoms, have not been exposed to or diagnosed with COVID-19 within the last 10 days, and haven’t yet been vaccinated for COVID-19.
- Students: You can reserve an appointment through the health portal for either Monday or Tuesday. Or you can walk in during the clinic on Monday.
- All employees: You can sign up for the employee stand-by list in case of no-shows/availability on Monday or Tuesday. Or you can walk in during the clinic on Monday.
- Masks: As announced last week in Forward Flyers, people who are fully vaccinated can remove masks while outdoors on campus — except at events with more than 20 attendees. Details: Face Coverings webpage.
- Commencement: Under state protocols, in-person Class of 2021 Commencement ceremonies require several steps — including testing or vaccination documentation — for all graduating students, guests, and employees involved in Commencement on campus May 14-15. See Commencement 2021 for details. Graduating students, the deadline is Monday, May 10, for you to act on the email asking you whether you’re attending and, if so, to register up to two guests. If you have questions about registering guests, contact Brian McGahan, firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID alert level
- Our campus alert level continues to be 2, which indicates modified operations due to case levels in the area around campus.
- Details: Campus COVID-19 Alert Levels.