ISU extends moratorium on student events, other COVID-19 guidelines

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — The moratorium for in-person, non-academic student events at Indiana State University has been extended through Feb. 1.

The moratorium includes student or student organization gatherings that occur on campus or off campus. 

ISU also extended all other existing COVID-19 precautions and guidance to the spring 2021 semester.

Under the guidelines, University-sponsored international travel is still prohibited until further notice and all University-sponsored travel is suspended for the spring semester. Exceptions require approval of a Cabinet member. Students are discouraged from engaging in personal travel except for essential business or emergencies.

Next semester, all ISU students will be required to follow the safety guidelines, including the completion of the daily health assessment, social distancing and wearing of a face covering in all campus buildings and indoor settings, as well as outdoor settings where social distancing cannot be maintained. 

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