This timeline means that every student who is interested in being vaccinated will be vaccinated by the time they go home for the summer.
At the midway point of the spring semester, there are many reasons to be hopeful! Spring on campus is a beautiful season and Virginia’s COVID-19 cases are declining while the vaccination rate grows every day.
Roanoke College is eagerly looking forward to honoring the historic accomplishments of Class of 2020 and Class of 2021.
The new telehealth option is designed to complement the services provided by Student Health and Counseling Services. Enroll now and be eligible for a gift card.
Interim Dean of Students Tom Rambo reminds members of the Maroon community about staying safe on campus.
A new tool from the Department of Health might make it easier for other members of the campus community to get their vaccines.
This forward-thinking company is helping save lives now with an eye on the future.
Maroons turned plans into action in the fall, and campus leaders hope to carry that success into the spring.
Everything you need to know to ensure a successful, safe return to Roanoke.
A message from President Maxey regarding the start of the spring 2021 semester.
A video message from President Maxey to mark the end of this historic semester.
President Maxey celebrates the upcoming end of the semester and thanks students for their diligence this fall.
President Maxey gives an update on what to expect during the final weeks of the semester.
Please keep doing your part to stay safe — especially prior to upcoming exam season and your travel home. You have done a great job so far, and I thank you.
President Maxey gives an update on a new policy that allows students to visit each other in dorm rooms.
With one month to Thanksgiving, President Maxey addresses caution fatigue and what we can do to take care of ourselves.
The number of COVID-19 cases remains low. The fall weather is lovely and there are plenty of events to take part in.
President Maxey updates the College community on the academic calendar and class formats for next spring.
From Oktoberfest to the Salem virtual 8K/Half Marathon to Halloweek, there's plenty to do this fall. Check out these safe and fun activities.
Faculty and staff are working hard to provide a satisfying learning and living environment. Thankfully, ongoing testing, safety guidelines, and careful actions by everyone are keeping us healthy.
While it is too early to claim any victories, we are encouraged by the low level of COVID-19 on campus today compared to the start of the semester. We must continue this positive trend to remain on campus until Thanksgiving.
I’m writing my weekly update with a quick recommendation for you all — try to get outside and enjoy the outdoors!
Wondering how to spend your Friday evening or Saturday afternoon? We have you covered to ensure a fun memory and a laugh or two with your friends, all while keeping each other safe.
Today mid-September, I remain cautiously optimistic as we count down toward midterm exams, crisp weather and ultimately, Thanksgiving break.
Thanks to everyone in our community for helping to make life at Roanoke College vibrant, no matter where we are.
After working through multiple scenarios and hearing from many of you, we have made the decision to allow students to choose between living on campus or staying home for the balance of the semester.
COVID-19 concerns are steady while partisan differences persist. Virginians are less pleased with government response.
President Mike Maxey gives an update on students in isolation and on what those in the campus community can do to help.
Now that positive COVID-19 cases are on campus, it’s a good time to review the process for care and limiting movements and interactions.
As COVID-19 cases increase, no additional residential students will be allowed to move in until Sept. 11.