We take seriously the health and well-being of our students and community members. We also know that part of our responsibility is to act in the best interest of all. For us, that means considering the impact on the communities our students are from, the impact on our students and employees themselves and our own campus community.
- Lark Commitment and screening questions
- January 2021 Reopening Plan
- Academics – calendar, attendance/seating charts, face coverings, classroom disinfection adn seating capacities, student/faculty illness, hybrid courses, office hours/meetings
- Admissions – campus visits, open houses, counselor travel, ACT/SAT test optional
- Athletics – general guidelines, travel protocols
- Dining Services – dining space, weekday dining hours, Larks Nest, cleaning adn disinfection, quarantine dining protocol
- Supplies and Cleaning
- Student Life – Residential Students – general policies, face mask/covering policy, campus visitors, student travel, chapel/forum, mod parent program adjustments
- Travel guidelines for HC-sponsored student trips
- Illness Protocol for Dorming Students
- Illness Protocol for Commuting Students
2020-21 academic year
Hesston College’s top concern is for the health and well-being of all students, faculty, staff, family and others who will be on campus throughout the year.
Hesston College’s rural location and small campus size has proved to be a benefit but case numbers have been increasing locally and across the state. View current statistics from Harvey County Health Department and Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
FAQ/Guidance for students and families
- Donations are currently being processed as they arrive. If further restrictions are implemented by state or federal government, online donations may be preferred as they can be processed and receipted right away. Donations sent by mail may have a longer processing time. Consider giving to the Protect the Larks campaign that will help cover unexpected costs due to COVID-19 during the 2020-21 year and beyond.