Ohio Dominican University’s (ODU’s) Office of Admission will resume on-campus visits with prospective students and their families starting Monday, July 6. Physical visits to campus were temporarily canceled to adhere to directives issued by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Visits have been taking place exclusively online since March.
Starting July 6, students will have the option to schedule either an on-campus or virtual visit at ohiodominican.edu/Visit.
“When it comes to choosing the right college, a student’s decision ultimately boils down to one question: is this the right fit for me?” said John Naughton, ODU’s vice president for Enrollment and Student Success. “For many students, determining that fit can be challenging without stepping foot on a college campus. We are committed to doing everything we can to provide our prospective students and their families the opportunity to experience Ohio Dominican as safely as possible.”
To ensure the safety and health of all ODU employees and visitors, the university has put in place the following policies and procedures, including:
- All tours will be limited to one prospective student accompanied by no more than two guests.
- Visitors will be required to schedule their visit ahead of time.
- All guests will be required to wear a face covering and practice physical distancing by maintaining a distance of at least six feet from their tour guide or other individuals on campus.
- Visitors who experience symptoms consistent with COVID-19, or who have traveled out of state within the past 14 days, will be asked to schedule a virtual campus visit.