On Tuesday evening, about 1,100 Marquette parents and guardians gathered virtually for a COVID-19 Town Hall. The event focused on the recovery planning process, specifically health and safety procedures, academic planning and residence hall logistics.
Dr. Xavier Cole, vice president for student affairs, moderated the event. Rev. Jim Voiss, S.J., vice president for mission and ministry, offered an invocation.
President Michael R. Lovell shared opening remarks in which he commented on the university’s plans for fall 2020 to reopen in a hybrid format, part online and part in-person. President Lovell shared that the university continues to work closely with the Milwaukee Health Department and is current awaiting a response from them regarding our reopening plan. The university plans to share its definitive plans for the fall semester next week.
Various members of the Response Team then offered updates on Marquette’s recovery planning process and responded to questions. The event was recorded and is available via YouTube.
The Marquette community is encouraged to frequently visit the university’s dedicated coronavirus website to learn more about each of the response team sub-committees. Responses to all questions that were asked during the town hall will also be shared on the FAQs page.
With additional questions, complete the online form on the COVID website or contact the appropriate COVID-19 Response Team lead, listed on the university’s coronavirus website.
Watch Marquette Today for future town hall dates.