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Coronavirus Updates


Regular COVID-19 updates for the LR community.

Read the latest updates regarding new COVID-19 policies requiring a vaccination booster effective January 1, 2021.

For all Students   For all Faculty, Staff & Employees

Delayed Start of Classes

Lenoir-Rhyne University has delayed the start of classes until January 18, 2022. Learn more about how students, faculty and staff should submit a negative COVID-19 rapid or PCR test two to three days before arriving on campus.

Booster Documentation Uploads

Student COVID-19 Vaccination Documentation Uploads

Please Note: Students should refer to the December 27, 2021 COVID-19 Update email for additional details. This information was updated on December 28, 2021.


Faculty & Staff COVID-19 Vaccination Documentation Uploads

Please Note: Faculty, staff and associate employees should refer to the December 27, 2021 COVID-19 Update email for additional details.This information was updated on December 28, 2021.

Updates

Mask Requirement

A university mask requirement is in effect at all LR locations until further notice. Read about the new mask requirement.

Exposure Protocols

Spring 2022 semester guidance for Lenoir-Rhyne students, faculty and staff related to COVID-19 exposure, symptoms or diagnosis. Read the COVID-19 exposure protocols.

Vaccine Accommodations

Updated information regarding COVID-19 protocols for LR faculty, staff and students regarding their vaccination status. Read the COVID-19 vaccine accommodations.

Related Links

COVID-19 Dashboard


The COVID-19 Dashboard provides data on the number of COVID-19 tests administered and positive tests for students, faculty and staff. Updates to this data were provided through the end of the spring 2021 semester. 

View COVID-19 Dashboard

Communications Archive


Lenoir-Rhyne University communicates regularly about COVID-19 with the LR community.

We are committed to supporting our students, faculty and staff during these times of uncertainty and will continue to work through questions that arise during the pandemic. Be sure to familiarize yourself with CDC guidelines on How to Protect Yourself and Others to limit the spread of Coronavirus.

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