COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) related News
Commencement has been delayed, altered and even canceled in the past.
We are pleased to offer you some good news during these challenging times.
Maroons are responding to a variety of pandemic-related needs. Join your fellow Maroons Serving with Purpose in helping our region, your region and the entire country overcome the challenges of these unprecedented times.
The historic Conferral of Degrees was held on Saturday, May 2, 2020.
Members of the Class of 2020 are now officially Roanoke College alumni.
Their patience and compassion made a tough time a little easier.
All of us at Roanoke College are working to prepare for an on-time, on-campus start in August.
Athletes remain motivated even with seasons canceled.
Students are still getting good jobs and graduate school placements while working remotely.
Bachelor of arts, bachelor of science and bachelor of business administration degrees will be conferred on the Class of 2020 in a Facebook Live broadcast.
Dinner conversation was full of stories from around the world.
From dance parties to online counseling sessions, Maroons remain active and healthy.
From the Administration Building to the Chef’s Burger Bar, students are creating ways to experience campus from afar.
In accordance with the federal Clery Act, this message is to inform the campus that a Roanoke College student, who resides off campus, has tested positive for COVID-19.
Roanoke will be reducing capacity for campus services with more staff at home. Information about the holiday weekend and recommendations for anyone planning to travel.
More states are allowing for telehealth services across state lines. Summer conferences and summer camps originally scheduled for June are canceled. Changes to mail services for campus.
Following the latest CDC recommendation, Roanoke College is now recommending individuals wear fabric face masks on campus.
KK Sharkey is screening people for free as part of her internship, while taking proper precautions to stay safe.