What's on this page?


This page contains information about our current rules and procedures due to Covid-19. It answers frequently asked questions and it will be reviewed and updated regularly. 

Last update: 05/28/2021



Students allowed into the building must have their new blue CUA ID card to enter. The staff will not be able to grant access to students without the new ID card. 

If you have any questions, please, contact Lorenzo DeAlmeida for more information.

Questions in this section

  • Will Crough be open in the fall?

    We will return to full in-person classes this Fall. We will follow CDC regulations and local guidelines to ensure that every faculty, staff, and students are safe.
  • Are staff available to answer questions?

    YES! We have two, easy-to-use options:

    Email a staff member: Submit questions 24/7 and you will receive an email reply in the next 48 hours or sooner.

    • For meetings with Dean Ferguson, contact Paula Riff.
    • For meetings with Deans Ohnstad or Puttock, contact Justin McPherson.
    • For registration, schedule, and tracking questions, contact Alyssa Fields.

    Quick Live Help: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 AM to 12 PM. Use this service to launch a Zoom video-conference session with our Front office staff, who can answer your simple questions.


  • Am I required to wear a mask?

    Beginning on Monday, May 24, those who are fully vaccinated will not be required to wear masks on campus as long as they are not exhibiting any symptoms for COVID-19. Anyone showing any symptoms of COVID-19 (whether they are vaccinated or not) should remain at home and consult their healthcare provider.

    In accordance with new District guidelines — to protect themselves and those in our community who are unable to receive the vaccine — those who have not been vaccinated should continue to wear a mask at all times in the District (including on campus; unless they are at home, in their personal offices, or actively eating or drinking).

    Masks are still required for everyone on public transportation, and by some businesses in the District. Student Health Services will still require all visitors to wear masks in their office.


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